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By the end of March, a total of NOK 246 billion had been received in tax payments, increasing by 2.8 per cent from the same
period last year. In March alone, approximately NOK 100 billion was paid in taxes, which is 5.1 per cent more than in March
The Consumer Price Index (CPI) rose by 0.2 per cent from February to March, mainly due to higher prices of clothes. The year-to-year
growth in the CPI was 2.0 per cent in March, while the CPI-ATE was 2.6 per cent in the same period.
External trade in goods, March 2014, preliminary figures
2 April 2014 - How will working less and having more leisure time affect the Norwegian economy in the long term? A gradual
shortening of the working day from 7.5 to 6 hours will, in isolation, reduce private consumption per capita by a third by
2060 compared with continuing to work the same number of hours as currently.