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Stronger growth in total loan debt in Norway

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Staff Writer | January 9, 2017
The twelve-month growth in total gross debt (C3) was 5.9 percent to end-October 2016, up from 3.6 percent the previous month. The increase stemmed from foreign debt sources.
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Economy in Norway   Total gross debt amounted to NOK 6,699 billion
Total gross debt amounted to NOK 6,699 billion at end-October, up from NOK 6,592 billion at end-September.

Mainland Norway’s gross debt accounted for 85 percent of the total gross debt at end-October. This amounted to NOK 5,667 billion.

The general public gross foreign debt, which mainly relates to non-financial corporations, amounted to NOK 1,586 billion at end-October, up from NOK 1,505 billion the previous month.

The twelve-month growth increased from -0.9 percent to end-September to 8.4 percent to end-October.

Mainland Norway accounted for 45 percent of the public gross foreign debt, which amounted to NOK 713 billion at end-October. The twelve-month growth in mainland Norway’s foreign debt was -0.5 percent to end-October, up from -5.7 to end-September.

Offshore industries accounted for the remainder of the foreign debt, which amounted to NOK 874 billion at end-October. The twelve-month growth was 17 percent to end-October, up from 3.6 percent to end-September.


 

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