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No further decline for manufacturing in 2011
The total level of investment in manufacturing is expected to be lower in 2010 than in 2009, but estimates for 2011 show no further decline for the next year.
Total investments in 2010 covering manufacturing, mining and quarrying and electricity supply are expected to amount to NOK 34.4 billion measured in current value. This is 9 per cent less than the corresponding figure for 2009. A major decline in investments within manufacturing explains this result. Estimates for 2011 show a 7 per cent growth in total investments next year. High figures for future investments in electricity supply are the reason for this development. Investments in manufacturing are now expected to be at the same level in 2011 as in 2010, which is an improvement compared to the third quarter estimates.
|Estimated 2009, collected in Q4 2008||Estimated 2010, collected in Q4 2009||Estimated 2011, collected in Q4 2010||Estimated and final 2009, collected in Q4 2009||Estimated and final 2010, collected in Q3 2010||Estimated and final 2010, collected in Q4 2010|
|Manufacturing, Mining and Quarrying and Electricity Supply||36 089||34 971||37 294||37 973||35 598||34 422|
|Mining and Quarrying||365||257||976||2 326||1 597||1 698|
|Manufacturing||23 734||18 404||17 921||22 630||18 943||18 256|
|Electricity Supply||11 989||16 310||18 397||13 017||15 058||14 467|
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