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12133: Financial key figures for county authorities (C) 2015 - 2020

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The table contains 9 selected key figures that gives a summary of the county authority finances.

Breake in time series between 2019 and 2020 due to comprehensive change in the regional classification.

Due to migration to KOSTRA'S new production system, there could be discrepancies in some of the accounting classifications in the new tables, in comparison to discontinued tables for 2015 and 2016. This is as a result of different calculating methods applied.
The table gives a summary of the relevant consolidated figures per capita and illustrates the financial capability of the county authority .

The table comprises the county authority's consolidated figures, including the county authority's inter-authority county companies (FKF), county authority collaborations and inter-county authority corporations (IKS) that is wholly owned by the county authority.

The figures are calculated in NOK 1000.

The figures on income and capital taxes for Oslo embrace both municipal and county authority tax revenues. The county authority income and capital taxes amounted to NOK 4 605 million in 2015, NOK 5 066 million in 2016, NOK 5 310 million in 2017, NOK 5 397 million in 2018, NOK 5 713 million in 2019 and NOK 5 684 million in 2020.

The figures on block grants for Oslo embrace both municipal and county authority block grants. The county authority block grants amounted to NOK 885 million in 2015, NOK 882 million in 2016, NOK 1 007 million in 2017, NOK 1 342 million in 2018, NOK 1 500 million in 2019 and NOK 2 873 million in 2020.
. See list over changes in regional classifications (in Norwegian).