Norges Bank - Annual Report 2006

According to the Norges Bank's Annual Report 2006, inflation has been low and stable and remained fairly close to, but somewhat below 2.5%.

"In recent years, the Norwegian economy has been influenced by a number of favourable supply-side disturbances, including strong productivity growth, an ample supply of foreign labour and a slower rise in import prices. This has been reflected in stronger-than-expected growth in the Norwegian economy, coupled with lower-than-expected inflation. As a result

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