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Industry statistics for Svalbard, 2013

Higher turnover but fewer FTEs in Svalbard

Turnover for local KAUs operating in Svalbard rose 14.8 per cent to NOK 3.8 billion from 2012 to 2013. Meanwhile, the number of FTEs fell 4 per cent from 1 581 to over 1 518.

Unemployment among immigrants, register-based, Q2 2014

Four out of ten unemployed are immigrants

The registered unemployment among immigrants settled in Norway increased from 6.5 per cent in May 2013 to 7.0 per cent in May 2014.

Marriages and divorces, 2013

Fewer divorced and separated

The number of divorces and separations has decreased in recent years. In 2013, there were 200 fewer marriages dissolved by divorce and 200 fewer couples separated than in 2012.

Quarterly national accounts, Q2 2014

Marked growth in Mainland GDP

According to preliminary seasonally-adjusted volume figures, Mainland Norway’s gross domestic product (GDP) grew 1.2 per cent from the 1st quarter to the 2nd quarter this year.

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Statistics Norway publishes statistics and analyses on immigration, immigrants and Norwegian-born to immigrant parents.

Population and population changes, Q2 2014

Fewer migrate to Norway

The population increased by 13 300 during the second quarter to nearly 5 138 000 on 1 July. There were 13 800 migrations from abroad to Norway, which is 2 300 fewer than the second quarter in the previous year.

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