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Statistical publications from 1828-2000 are found in the archive for Historical Statistics.
Figures for 3. quarter 2021
The construction cost index measures the quarterly costs of road construction and maintenance of roads. The cost indices are not affected by changes in productivity or changes in profit margins. The indices are used primarily to regulate construction contracts.Statistics / / Prices and price indices
Figures for 2020
The survey measures expenditures for research and development (R&D) in business enterprises, performed by own personnel or purchased services from others, and how the R&D activity is funded. In addition other aspects like type of R&D, thematic fields and co-operation are covered.Statistics / / Technology and innovation
Norwegian industrial managers are reporting an increase in production in the 3rd quarter. At the same time, a historically high proportion of them report that a shortage of raw materials limits production. The general expectations for the 4th quarter of 2021 are still positive among most of the industrial leaders.Article / / Energy and manufacturing
Figures for September 2021
The final/preliminary figures for international reserves and foreign currency liquidity are published monthly on behalf of Norges Bank, the central bank of Norway. Publishing of these figures is a part of the central banks obligations according to IMF’s Special Dissemination Standard (SDDS).Statistics / / External economy
Figures for 2020
The statistics contain information about the prison population per 1 January, days of imprisonments and the different types of entries, transfers and departures during the statistical year. It also provides facts about prison time, types of offences and the person’s age, sex and citizenship.Statistics / / Social conditions, welfare and crime