Norway - Imports of Goods





Norway: Imports of Goods

Mnemonic TRIG.INOR
Unit Ths. NOK, NSA
Adjustments Not Seasonally Adjusted
Monthly 22.74 %
Data May 2022 89,219,331
Apr 2022 72,692,471

Series Information

Source Statistics Norway
Release External Merchandise Trade (M)
Frequency Monthly
Start Date 1/31/1988
End Date 5/31/2022

Norway: Trade

Reference Last Previous Units Frequency
Balance of Goods May 2022 86,617,098 92,834,515 Ths. NOK, NSA Monthly
Exports of Goods May 2022 175,836,429 165,526,986 Ths. NOK, NSA Monthly
Imports of Goods May 2022 89,219,331 72,692,471 Ths. NOK, NSA Monthly
Current Account Balance 2022 Q1 341,055 256,712 Mil. NOK, NSA Quarterly
Exports of Goods and Services 2022 Q1 632,279 575,575 Mil. NOK, CDASA Quarterly
Imports of Goods and Services 2022 Q1 340,567 330,466 Mil. NOK, CDASA Quarterly
Real Exports of Goods and Services 2022 Q1 328,232 340,110 Mil. Ch. 2019 NOK, CDASA Quarterly
Real Imports of Goods and Services 2022 Q1 292,526 292,033 Mil. Ch. 2019 NOK, CDASA Quarterly
Net Exports 2020 Q3 -12,046 -11,484 Mil. NOK, CDASA Quarterly
Real Net Exports 2019 Q1 -1,224 -611 Mil. Ch. 2016 NOK, CDASA Quarterly

Release Information

The external trade statistics provide information about the commodity flows (shipments, hydrocarbon exports) between Norway and other countries. Monthly statistics on external trade in goods have been published since 1913.

The Norwegian statistical territory comprises the Norwegian customs territory, the Norwegian part of the continental shelf, Svalbard, Bjørnøya and Jan Mayen.

The statistics cover customs declared shipments, exports of crude oil and natural gas from the Norwegian Continental Shelf and imports of ships and oil platforms.

Preliminary figures for the previous month are released on the 15th of each month.

Commodities are classified by the international HS (Harmonized System), UN SITC Rev.4 (level of processing), and UN BEC (Broad Economic Categories).

The assigned statistical value is the value when crossing the Norwegian border, before duties, value added and other taxes. Customs, VAT and other costs are not included in the statistical value. For crude oil that is exported by ship directly from installations on the Norwegian continental shelf, the value when leaving the installations is used. For crude oil and natural gas transported by pipeline from the Norwegian continental shelf, the value when leaving the Norwegian continental shelf. The value of transport in international waterand to a terminal abroad is included in the exports of services. Finally, the statistical value for exports and imports is the transfer sum including takeover of debt, excluding the value of a possibly enclosed charter party.

For full details, please consult the Statistics Norway official page at ( http://www.ssb.no/en/muh/ ).

Each month's release is typically revised for the current calendar year; the month-to-month change is usually less than 1%.  Final figures for the preceeding year are released in April or May.  Occasionally up to 36 prior months may be revised.

Seasonally adjusted figures may be revised for the entire length of the series.

Trade data are naturally highly variable.  For smaller trade partners in particular, it's not unusual for most months to have values of 0 or "ND" (no data).