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Enterprises, 2014

Most enterprises were sole proprietorships and private limited companies

Sole proprietorships and private limited companies were the dominant legal form of enterprises in 2014.

Labour force survey, seasonally-adjusted figures, July 2016

Unemployment at 5 per cent

There were 139 000 unemployed persons in July, adjusted for seasonal variations. This corresponds to 5.0 per cent of the labour force.

Economic trends for Norway and abroad

Norway set for economic shift following oil industry slump

The standstill in the second half of last year has been replaced by a weak increase in growth in the mainland economy this year. A reduced decline in oil investments coupled with growth in house-building activity and exports may lead to an upturn in the economy from early next year, assuming no further reduction in interest rates.

Statistics Norway changes release time to 08:00 am

From Friday 23 September, all statistics and other publications will be released at 8 am on We want updates to our statistics to be available to our users at the earliest opportunity.


Macro-economic analysis for Norway of the EU climate policy up to 2030

This report analyses the 2030 climate targets of the EU and Norway and, in particular, how the degree of flexibility across countries and across emission sources within and outside the EU Emission Trading System (EU ETS) affects the abatement costs, emission patterns and economic performance.

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Oil consumption subsidy removal in OPEC and other Non-OECD countries

This paper studies the oil market effects of phasing out oil consumption subsidies in the transport sector.

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