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05673: Income statement for sole proprietors, by main income. Average (closed series) 2003 - 2007

Gunnar Claus, Statistics Norway
+47 40 90 23 81
Berit Haveråen, Statistics Norway
+47 908 85 137
2009-03-04 10:00
Operating income (NOK):
Sales income (NOK):
Income from rent (NOK):
Operating expenses (NOK):
Raw materials and consumables used (NOK):
Wages and social expences (NOK):
Houserent, landrent, electric lighting, heating (NOK):
Car expenses (NOK):
Depreciation (NOK):
Operating profit (NOK):
Number of sole proprietors:
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