In 2018, Norway was Europe’s second highest consumer level per capita, according to the European purchasing power survey. Only Luxembourgers bought more.
Price-level adjusted figures from the survey show that Norway had a consumption level 26 percent higher than the average for the 28 EU countries in 2018, according to Eurostat.
Only Luxembourg had a higher consumption result, with 34 percent. At the bottom of the list was Albania, where citizens traded for 61 percent less the EU average.
© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today