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10504: Share capital, received dividends and received previously paid-up capital, by holding sector (NOK million) 2012 - 2020

Caroline Wang Paulsen, Statistics Norway
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Richard Solem, Statistics Norway
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2021-07-21 08:00
Nominal share capital:
NOK million
Received dividends:
NOK million
Received share capital:
NOK million
Received share premium:
NOK million
Received other paid-up equity capital:
NOK million
Nominal share capital:
31.12.
Received dividends:
31.12.
Received share capital:
31.12.
Received share premium:
31.12.
Received other paid-up equity capital:
31.12.
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Received share capital and share premium does not include capital paid back in connection with liquidation or partial liquidation of limited companies. The most recent figures are preliminary.