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Strong results for 2014
Total investments in 2013 are expected to be somewhat lower than in 2012. However, the first estimates for 2014 show quite strong growth in total investments.
|Estimates collected in Q2 the same year|
|2013 / 2012||2012||2013|
|1Values at current prices|
|Manuf., mining and electric power||-3.5||42 689||41 208|
|Manufacturing||-3.0||19 597||19 008|
|Mining and quarrying||8.8||1 396||1 519|
|Electricity, gas and steam||-4.7||21 696||20 681|
|Estimates collected in Q2 the previous year|
|2014 / 2013||2013||2014|
|Manuf., mining and electric power||8.5||36 373||39 456|
|Manufacturing||2.9||14 573||15 002|
|Mining and quarrying||87.1||682||1 276|
|Electricity, gas and steam||9.8||21 118||23 178|
New estimates for 2013 show that total investments covering manufacturing, mining & quarrying and electricity supply are expected to amount to NOK 41.2 billion measured in current value. The result is 3.5 per cent lower than the corresponding figure for 2012. Prospects of a decline in investments within manufacturing and electricity supply explain this development.
The estimate for 2014 is 8.5 per cent higher than the corresponding figure for 2013. Prospects of a strong increase in investments within transmission and distribution of electricity are the main reason for this growth.
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