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Decline in government financial assets

General government net financial assets declined by approximately NOK 268 billion in 2018. The reduction is mainly explained by negative returns on the Government Pension Fund’s equity investments.

Norway has second highest consumption level in Europe

In 2017, Luxembourg and Norway were ranked highest in terms of actual individual consumption per capita in Europe. In the Nordic countries, Iceland had the highest consumption levels for food and non-alcoholic drinks.

Economic trends for Norway and abroad

Upturn in Norwegian economy continues, but with clouds on the horizon

The moderate upturn in the Norwegian economy continues. Even lower growth prospects internationally or a marked long-term fall in the oil fund may, nevertheless, create problems for businesses and fiscal policy.


This is Norway 2018

This is Norway presents statistics from a variety of areas and seeks to give an overview of Norwegian society and its developments in recentyears.