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  • Norway’s new startup scene

    05.09.2014

    Two years ago, a former bank building in central Oslo was converted into Norway’s first co-working space for new startups MESH. It’s now one of several hot entrepreneurial scenes in the tech savvy Nordic capital.

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  • The Norwegian space programme

    19.01.2012

    The Norwegian Ministry of Trade and Industry has the overall responsibility for the Norwegian Space Programme, and in this issue of Norway Exports Research & Development, we interviewed Ministry State Secretary Øivi...

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  • Tromsø - the hotspot for cold biotech

    02.12.2011

    The frigid waters off northern Norway provide the perfect environment for marine bio prospecting and biotechnology research of microorganisms, plant and animal cells. Among the recent developments have been the building of...

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  • From black gold to health and safety

    02.12.2011

    Norway is known for its groundbreaking technology within the field of petroleum research. Less known is that this very same technology has been transferred to the car and aerospace industries and can be used in the future ...

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  • Norway's green oil industry: the most carbon efficient in the world

    05.03.2011

    Norway has pledged to cut 40% of its greenhouse gas emissions from the 1990 level by 2020 and become carbon neutral by 2030. As the world’s fifth largest oil exporter, its petroleum industry will be a significant part of r...

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  • Industrial design: having an effect

    02.03.2011

    Strategic design can have a positive impact on profitability and the company’s bottom line, according to the Norwegian Design Council. It has even created a new award called Design Effect – modelled after the British one –...

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  • Finance Norway - Interview with Arne Hyttnes

    08.02.2011

    During the 1990s banking crisis in Norway, Arne Hyttnes worked as a regional corporate lending director for Den norske Bank (now DnB NOR). Nearly two decades later, he is the leader of all of the country’s financial servic...

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  • The Safe Harbour For Investment

    07.01.2011

    Norway is unique. The country has the second largest GDP per capita in the world and has fared better than most through the recent financial crisis. While others have struggled with large budget deficits, falling GDP, and ...

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  • DnB NOR's conservatism & international ambitions

    06.11.2010

    The Norwegian banking industry has been praised by the OECD for its conservative culture and stability in the wake of the financial crisis. Nowhere has this been more evident than with DnB NOR, Norway’s leading financial s...

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  • The Norwegian R&D Puzzle

    24.08.2010

    In 2007, the OECD review board visited Norway for their usual country economic survey report. What they found perplexed them. Norway spent less on research and development than most OECD countries, yet was higher in produc...

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