Economic Policy

The Ministry of Finance and numerous associated institutions report on the condition of the Norwegian economy. On this page you can find some of the most important sources of information about the subject.

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Illustrasjonsbilde. Foto: Colourbox

A new law on statistics to meet current needs

The Government today proposes a new law on official statistics and Statistics Norway. Statistics Norway will mainly continue to operate as today. – The agency performs essential duties and enjoys considerable public confidence. The bill allows this to continue, says the Minister of Finance Siv Jensen (Progress party).

Illustrasjon for revidert nasjonalbudsjett 2019

Revised National Budget 2019:

Robust growth in the Norwegian economy

The Norwegian economy is performing well. Employment growth is high and unemployment has declined across the country. Non-oil business investment is at a 10-year high. The positive developments are expected to continue. In the Revised national budget the Government continues an economic policy that  facilitates structural adjustment, innovation and growth in the Norwegian economy.

Documents

Meld. St. 1 (2018 - 2019)

National Budget 2019

Norway is a country of great opportunities. High labour utilisation and high productivity are the foundations for high economic growth throughout the country. The Government’s eco-nomic policy is based on the premise that wealth needs to be created before it can be shared.

Prop. 1 LS (2018 – 2019) Taxes 2019

Proposition to the Storting (bill and draft resolution) for the fiscal year 2019

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The Economic Policy Department

Phone: +47 22 24 45 03
Address: Postboks 8008 Dep, 0030 Oslo
Visitor address: Akersgata 40, 0030 Oslo

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