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Accommodation, August 2015

All-time high hotel guest nights

The number of guest nights in Norwegian hotels increased by 662 000 or 9 per cent in June, July and August this year. Lodging revenue for Norwegian hotels went up 5 per cent from NOK 1 314 million in August 2014 to NOK 1 385 million in August this year.

ICT usage in households, 2015, 2nd quarter

Internet use on mobile phones increasing

Seventy-seven per cent of the population between 16 and 74 years have used the Internet on their mobile phones outside of home and work. Daily use of computers is becoming less frequent.

Environmental economic instruments, 2014

Increased income from taxes on greenhouse gas emissions

In 2014, almost NOK 34 billion was paid in environmental taxes in Norway. This is an increase of 2.6 per cent from 2013. Taxes on greenhouse gas emissions increased in 2014, while the expenses on the use-dependent car taxes decreased.

Index of retail sales, August 2015

Decline in retail sales

The seasonally-adjusted volume index of retail sales decreased by 0.4 per cent from July to August 2015. This follows an increase of 0.5 per cent from June to July this year.

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