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Increased use of architectural and related technical consultancy in 2007
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2009-07-02T10:00:00.000Z
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ftot, Business activities, breakdown of turnover by product, legal services, accounting services, auditing services, tax advisory services, management consultancy, market surveys and opinion polls, architectural services, technical consultancy services, advertising, media representation, recruitment and supply of labourService activities , Wholesale and retail trade and service activities
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Increased use of architectural and related technical consultancy in 2007

Total turnover in architectural and related technical consultancy amounted to NOK 74.7 billion, which was an increase of 27 per cent compared to 2006.

Architectural and engineering services. Turnover by product. Per cent. 2007

Legal activities. Turnover by product. 2007

The enterprises within this industry group other technical consultancy activities had a turnover of NOK 34.9 billion. This represented 46.7 per cent of the total turnover in 2007. Engineering services for industrial and manufacturing projects had the largest turnover, with NOK 17.5 billion or 50 per cent of the total turnover in the industry subgroup technical activities.

The industry subgroup engineering services for building projects had a turnover of NOK 5.8 billion, accounting for 34.7 per cent of the total turnover in civil engineering. Architectural services for building projects accounted for NOK 2.6 billion; 48.8 per cent.

The enterprises in this industry class Legal activities had a turnover of NOK 9.6 billion in 2007. Business law firms had the largest turnover with NOK 5.5 billion, which is equal to 57.7 per cent of the total turnover. Civil law accounted for NOK 2 billion or 21.3 per cent in the industry class Legal activities.

In addition to the aforementioned industries, the survey included the following sub-classes: Accounting, book-keeping and auditing, business and management consulting services, market research and public opinion polling, and technical testing and analysis.

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