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CPI up 1.6 per cent last 12 months

The Consumer Price Index (CPI) increased by 0.4 per cent from August 2020 to September 2020, while the CPI-ATE increased by 0.2 per cent in the same period. From September 2019 to September 2020 the CPI rose by 1.6 per cent, while the CPI-ATE growth was 3.3 per cent.

Declining growth rate for mainland GDP in august

GDP for Mainland-Norway rose 0.6 per cent in August, according to seasonally adjusted national accounts figures. Despite rising economic activity for four consecutive months, activity levels were still 3.9 per cent lower in August than in February.

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Economic Survey 2-2020

The recovery of the Norwegian economy continues after the sharpest contraction in recent times. As a consequence of the outbreak of the coronavirus in Norway and subsequent lockdown of many activities,

SSB analyse 2020/12: Statistics for a sustainable diet

More sustainable eating habits in the countryside

What people eat depends on where they live and how much money they have. In Sudan, people in the countryside often eat healthier and more sustainable foods, than those who are economically better off and live in the city.

Economic trends for Norway and abroad

Better times in sight, but situation remains serious

The Norwegian economy is still trying to recover from its most extensive downturn in recent times, but activity is not expected to return to the pre-pandemic level until the end of 2021. We expect a gradual rise in interest rates from 2021.

National population projections, 2020-2100

A historic shift: More elderly than children and teenagers

Strong ageing, lower population growth, as well as a larger and older immigrant population. According to the 2020 national population projections, these are some of the important changes that will occur this century. In the short term, the Corona pandemic is not expected to increase mortality rates, but fertility and immigration are expected to be temporarily lowered.

Here you will find weekly figures on the number of dead

The spread of coronavirus has increased the demand for more frequent publications of deaths in Norway. Every Tuesday at 8am the latest weekly death statistics will be published here. It should be noted that these figures are preliminary and refer to all deaths, not only those related to coronavirus.


The Sustainable Development Goals

The Sustainable Development Goals consist of 17 goals and 169 targets that see the environment, economy and social development in context up to 2030. This fact page shows developments in selected areas.