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11319: Funding of political parties, cost accounts by activity and political party 2015 - 2022

Terje Risberg, Statistics Norway
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2023-08-21 08:00
Funding of political parties (NOK):
Funding of political parties (NOK):
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Costs by activity comprise total costs. According to the Political Parties Act total costs shall be divided by type and by activity. The table 11233 presents income, costs by type and result. This table (11319) presents costs divided by main activity groups. The total can differ from total costs by type due to non-consistent data from the political party units. Further information see 'About the statistics'.