Drop in turnover for telecommunication
The telecommunication industry experienced a 6.5 per cent drop in turnover from the 1st quarter of 2012 to the 1st quarter of 2013.
|Share||1st quarter 2013|
|Percent of the industry per 2010||Value index||Change in per cent|
|Transportation and storage||100.0||105.4||0.5|
|Land transport and transport via pipelines||25.0||105.8||3.0|
|Warehousing and support activities for transportation||25.3||106.3||2.0|
|Postal and courier activities||4.6||102.8||-2.1|
|Accommodation and food service activities||100.0||102.5||3.2|
|Food and beverage service activities||62.8||105.4||6.1|
|Information and communication||100.0||106.7||-2.0|
|Motion picture, video and television progamme production, sound recording and music publishing activities||3.5||92.7||2.5|
|Programming and broadcasting activities||5.1||117.1||3.1|
|Information service activities||3.7||143.0||-4.8|
Turnover in wired telecommunication activities was down 5.3 per cent, while wireless telecommunication saw a fall of 8.1 per cent in turnover.
Different development for hotels and restaurants
Restaurants increased their turnover by 6.7 per cent from the same quarter in 2012, but turnover in hotels fell by 3.7 per cent over the same period.
Small changes in transportation and storage
Turnover in the transport sector as a whole grew by a mere 0.5 per cent from the 1st quarter in 2012 to the corresponding quarter in 2013. Freight transport by road and removal services increased turnover by 3.2 per cent. Sea and coastal freight water transport decreased turnover by 3.5 per cent over the same period
Due to a change in the production of Statistics Norway’s accommodation statistics, the figures for Holiday and short-stay accommodation and Camping grounds, recreational vehicle parks and trailer parks are not comparable with earlier periods.