Ministry of Finance
Jan Tore Sanner (Con.)
Minister of Finance
Topics and insight
The Revised National Budget 2021
Information in English about Norway's Revised National Budget for 2021, presented to the Storting as Report no. 2 (2020-2021) on 11 May 2021. The Revised National Budget presents the Government's programme for the implementation of economic policy and projections for the Norwegian economy.
Government Pension Fund
The Ministry of Finance holds the overall responsibility for the management of the Government Pension Fund.
General tax conventions between Norway and other states
General tax conventions for the avoidance of double taxation and the prevention of fiscal evasion,and other international agreements regarding tax matters.
Meld. St. 14 (2020–2021)
Chapter 1 of the Long-term Perspectives on the Norwegian Economy 2021.
NOU 2021: 4
English summary of the Official Norwegian Report "Norway towards 2025".
News from the Ministry
Revised National Budget
A budget to promote recovery and inclusion
11/05/2021: We see brighter times ahead. Still, uncertainty is high, and costs of the crisis are unevenly distributed. In the Revised Budget, the government aims at reducing the long-term economic effects of the crisis and help those that are still hard-hit. The proposed Revised Budget strengthens and renews the government’s strategy to take Norway safely out of the corona crisis.
The Revised National Budget
Key figures in the Revised National Budget 2021
11/05/2021: To secure equal access to information that might be market sensitive, the Ministry of Finance publishes selected key figures prior to launching the Revised National Budget at 10:45 a.m. More detailed estimates will be published with the Revised Budget.
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