12362: Key figures for different service sectors, municipality, by function and type (M) 2015 - 2017
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Latest update
2018-09-06
Contact
Anne Brit Thorud, Statistics Norway
+47 409 02 659
ath@ssb.no

Unit
Sum (NOK 1000):
NOK 1000
Share (per cent):
per cent
Amount per capita (NOK):
NOK
Reference time
Sum (NOK 1000):
31.12
Share (per cent):
31.12
Amount per capita (NOK):
31.12
Source
Statistics Norway
Database
External PROD
Footnotes

Footnotes

The table shows a summary of the most relevant accounting figures from the operational- and capital accounts for individual– and collective service areas grouped according to their sectors. The data is shown in percentage of the total operational expenditures, per capita and in absolute figures in NOK 1000. The figures are derived from reported accounting forms from municipalities, municipality own units with separate accounts within own municipality (KF), municipality collaborations and municipal inter-authority companies (IKS) where the municipality is a participant. This table comprises figures from the previous table referred to as “Municipality consolidated accounts” The operational accounts for the municipal inter-authority companies (IKS) are calculated according to the shares owned by the participating municipalities. This information is collected from the company register at Brønnøysund.
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