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04338: Cultural activities. Principal figures, by industry group (SIC2002). Preliminary figures. Enterprises (closed series) 2002 - 2008

Mona Irene Andersen Engedal, Statistics Norway
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Berit Jensen, Statistics Norway
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2009-11-03 10:00
Employed persons:
Turnover (mill. NOK):
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Employed persons:
Turnover (mill. NOK):
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The figures for 2008 within 92.400 News agencies are not comparable to previous years because the transition to new industrial standard resulted in figures not being collected for parts of the population in this industry.


Turnover (mill. NOK)

Exclusive of VAT.

contents: Turnover (mill. NOK) , industry: 92.4 News agency activities

Decreased turnover from 2006 to 2007 is largely due to enterprises changing industry.

contents: Employed persons , industry: 92.1 Motion picture and video activities

The increase in turnover in 2004 is mainly caused by move from another devision because of merger.