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Increase of Polish citizens
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2006-03-09T10:00:00.000Z
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Population1 January 2006

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Increase of Polish citizens

By the turn of the year, Norway had 4 640 200 inhabitants, and 222 300 of the total population were foreign citizens. The foreign citizens accounted for 4.8 per cent of the total population.

Population, after age, sex and marital status. 1st January 2006

The population increased by 33 900 persons, or 0.7 per cent during 2005, of which about 9 000, or one quarter, were foreign citizens. The population grew by about 5 000 more in 2005 than in 2004.

A total of 2 800 more Polish citizens arrived last year, which is an increase of 72.1 per cent from the year before. The second largest group of foreign citizens last year, came from Germany (1 000), followed by Sweden (900). A total of 800 foreign citizens came from both Afghanistan and Russia.

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