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# Basis for employers’ National Insurance contributions

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## 13257: Basis for wage totals in private sector, 2020 municipality structure (NOK million) (M) 2018 - 2023

Thomas Hagen, Statistics Norway
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Heidi Bekkevold Backe, Statistics Norway
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2024-04-05 08:00
Basis for wage totals:
NOK million
Basis for wage totals:
31.12.
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Due to the municipal structural reform, the number of municipalities are reduced from 428 municipalities to 356, from 01.01.2020. This table presents figures from table 10442, with the municipal structure valid from 01.01.2020. For other yearly figures, see table 10442.