More wealthy people left Norway last year than in the previous 13 years.

More than thirty millionaires and billionaires moved out of Norway in 2022. That doesn’t sound like a very big number, but it’s actually more than the total number of ultra-rich people who left the country between 2009 and 2021, according to research by Dagens Naeringsliv.

the guardian He added, reviewing the news in the Norwegian newspaper, that immigration may accelerate further this year. Most of them move to Switzerland.

There is a very simple reason for the exodus of the rich: The Norwegian government raised property tax from 1 percent last year to 1.1 percent this year. This part of the property over 1.7 million crowns, approximately 56 million HUF, must be paid.


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