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09657: Proportion of the retail trade within the central business district and urban settlement (per cent) (M) 2010 - 2020

Erik Engelien, Statistics Norway
+47 408 11 309
Jørn Kristian Undelstvedt, Statistics Norway
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2022-01-20 08:00
Proportion of the trade within the central business district:
per cent
Proportion of the trade within urban settlements:
per cent
Proportion of the trade within the central business district:
31.12.
Proportion of the trade within urban settlements:
31.12.
Statistics Norway
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Retail trade (Nace 47) except internet trade. See list over changes in regional classifications (in Norwegian).