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Registered vehicles, 2016

At the end of 2016, there were almost 2.7 million registered passenger cars in Norway, and nearly 100 000 of them were electric. This was 2.1 per cent more than at the end of 2015. The number of electric passenger cars increased by over 40 per cent.

Sickness absence, Q4 2016

Sickness absence adjusted for seasonal and influenza variations was 6.4 per cent in the 4th quarter of 2016; a small increase from 6.3 per cent from the last quarter.

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The economy of the North 2015

The objective of The Economy of the North 2015 is to present a comprehensive overview of the economy of the circumpolar Arctic, including the traditional production activities of the indigenous peoples.

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Economic Survey 1-2017

As a consequence of the fall in demand from the petroleum industry, the Norwegian economy has been in a clear cyclical downturn since the autumn of 2014. However, there are signs that the decline is coming to an end, and our projections indicate a cautious economic upturn through 2017.