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Structure of agriculture, 2016, preliminary figures

Increasing grain area

The total grain area amounted to 2.89 million decares in 2016, an increase of 24 400 decares from the year before.

External trade in goods, 2016, preliminary figures

Lowest trade surplus in 17 years

Total exports of goods amounted to NOK 747 billion in 2016 and went down by 10.6 per cent compared to 2015. This was mainly due to lower oil and gas prices and weakened mainland exports. Trade surplus fell by 36.3 per cent and was at the lowest level since 1999.

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Norwegian exports of weapons 2012–2016

Exports of arms down 20 per cent last year

Norwegian exports of arms fell by NOK 485 million to NOK 1.9 billion in 2016. Except for 2015, exports of weapons have had a negative trend since 2009, when export values amounted to NOK 3.1 billion.

Producer price index for oil and gas, manufacturing, mining and electricity, December 2016

Price leap of crude oil and natural gas

PPI went up 5.1 per cent from November to December. The main contributors to the leap were prices within oil extraction and natural gas which rose by 17.3 per cent. The rice of the total PPI was counteracted by a decrease of prices of electricity – which fell by 12.4 per cent last month.

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