Norges Bank Inflation Report, November 2005

Norway's central bank, Norges Bank, has published its latest Inflation Report for November 2005. After a period of very low consumer price inflation, there are prospects that inflation will again rise at a faster pace, the report says.

"Nevertheless, there are considerable differences in the rise in prices across various goods and services. Norway is still benefiting on the one hand from the steadily growing liberalisation of world trade. Imports are rising from countries where the price level is

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