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03014: Consumer Price Index, by consumption group (2015=100) 1979 - 2021

Konsumprisindeksen, Statistics Norway
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2022-01-10 08:00
Consumer Price Index (2015=100):
index
Yearly changes (per cent):
per cent
Consumer Price Index (2015=100):
Average for the year
Yearly changes (per cent):
Average for each year
Consumer Price Index (2015=100):
2015
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As of 2017 the reference year is 2015=100. Rates of change calculated from the 2015=100 series may differ from previously published rates of change where reference year differs. The deviations are mainly due to rounding effects. See the completed time series 11450 for published rates of change figures through 2016 with 1998=100.

As of January 2016, EUROSTAT's consumer classification (ECOICOP) is applied - an extended classification at the detailed level.