Prices and consumption
The Nordic statistics database on prices and consumption contains data on tobacco consumption, sales of alcohol and price development.
Prices cover key indicators relating to the economy and price development in the Nordic countries. The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the average price trend for the entire private domestic consumption based on prices consumers actually pay. The CPI has increased most in Iceland and Norway in recent years. The harmonised version (HICP) can be found here.
Source: Nordic statistics database, PRIC01
The figure displays Consumer Price Index by country and time.