The total catch of Icelandic vessels was 104 thousand tonnes in March 2021 which was 11% more than in March 2020. Demersal catch was 55 thousand tonnes of which 33 thousand tonnes were cod.
An average of 44.2 people died each week in the first 13 weeks of the year 2021, or slightly less than in the first 13 weeks of the years 2017-2020, when 46.1 died on average.
Women were 26.5% of chairs and members of boards of directors in Icelandic enterprises at the end of 2020. In boards of directors of companies, where the number of employees was less than 50, the proportion was 26.2%, but 34.1% in boards of companies with 50 employees or more on average in 2020.
The number of employers in the business economy decreased by 386 (-2.7%) from January 2020 to January 2021. Figures have been updated.