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The year is 2025. Oslo is connected by high-speed rail to Copenhagen. Eight hours travel has been reduced to 140 minutes. The Oslo-Göteborg-Copenhagen corridor is one of the most attractive mega-regions in the world. To br...
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The first half of 2008 was part of the longest periods of growth Norway has experienced since the war. The second half, however, was marked by international, economic downturn and recession.
The Norwegian furniture industry is thriving. With more than 400 companies producing everything from dining furniture to sofas, from furniture for the health sector to recliners, the mark of quality and design are a nat...
Consider the humble paper clip – a design so simple it seems not to even need to be invented. Yet by 1901 a Norwegian inventor named Johan Vaaler made his mark in history when he was granted a patent for a paper clip in...
“We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking we used when we created them,” Albert Einstein once remarked. It is therefore important that Norway, long served by an inventive and inquisitive culture, can r...
Manufacturing is alive and well in Norway, with a variety of companies drawing on the country’s abundant natural resources to shape products for today’s market from traditional materials like aluminium, wood, and metals...
Oil and gas, fish and wood products – Norway’s exports span the range of all the natural resources the country has to offer. In 2006, for example, roughly NOK 509 billion worth of petroleum was pumped from the chilly de...
Next time you see an automobile on the highway, there is a good chance that one or more parts of that vehicle have been manufactured in Norway. The level of technology and quality in the country within the automotive in...
The oil and gas giant StatoilHydro has maintained its ranking at the top of the list of the 500 largest companies in Norway. Take a closer look to see what companies can count themselves as the giants of Norwegian ind...
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration (NPRA) is a government agency under the Ministry of Transport and Communications. The NPRA is responsible for the construction and maintenance of Norway's 26,600 km of national ...
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