The price level of goods and services in Norway is 50 percent above the level in the EU countries and in the rest of Europe.
Figures show from the purchasing power index to Statistics Norway (Statistics Norway).
Sweden is 21 percent more expensive than the EU average, while Denmark is 41 percent more expensive. Iceland is more expensive than Norway with a 54 percent higher price level. Poland, for its part, is 40 percent cheaper than the EU average.
If we compare directly with Sweden, the price level of food alone is 35 percent higher, while measured against Denmark, the food is 26 percent more expensive in Norway.
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