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The credit indicator C3, April 2015

Decrease in total debt growth

The twelve-month growth in total gross debt (C3) was 5.0 per cent to end-April, down from 6.4 per cent the previous month. The decrease stemmed from both domestic and foreign debt sources.

Transport and communication in municipalities and county authorities, 2014

Almost 11 per cent growth in provincial road expenses

Norwegian counties’ gross operating expenses in provincial roads increased by NOK 740 million to NOK 7.6 billion in 2014. In public transport, the counties’ expenses constituted NOK 14.8 billion.

The credit indicator C2, May 2015

Increase in domestic debt growth

The twelve-month growth in the credit indicator C2 was 5.9 per cent to end-May, up from 5.7 per cent the previous month.

Public transport, Q1 2015, preliminary figures

Struggling buses

In the first quarter of 2015, scheduled buses had 90 million passengers; a 3.2 per cent reduction compared to the same quarter in 2014. As the number of passengers on rails only increased by 1.7 million, public transport saw a total setback of 0.8 per cent.

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