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05382: Deaths per 1000 population, by sex. Standardized rates (C) 1949-1952 - 1981-1985

Anders Sønstebø, Statistics Norway
+47 466 63 774
Espen Andersen, Statistics Norway
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2016-09-23 08:00
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Standardized by age, i.e. variations in age structure for counties and over time have been considered. Standard population used refers to the population of the whle country on 1 November 1960.


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13 Bergen (-1971)

Bergen was included in Hordaland from 1 January 1972.