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State keen to end battle over Aker

Even after being publicly ridiculed and harshly criticized by the boss of industrial firm Aker, Norway's trade and industry minister kept smiling. Sylvia Brustad...

Labour’s capitalist darling pushes his luck

COMMENTARY It was one of those “near Røkke” experiences that could only enhance the enigma of a man who’s once again been all over the...

State strikes back against controversial Aker sales

Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg had to launch straight into damage control exercises upon his return from the Easter holidays, ordering executives at partially state-owned...

Hydro job cuts sink Oslo stocks

News of more job cuts at industrial firm Norsk Hydro sent the Oslo stock exchange into another slump late this week. Hydro warned that...

Norway’s roads worst in Europe

Norwegians have long complained about their highways, the vast majority of which are dangerous, two-lane roads where head-on collisions are far from infrequent. A...

Harder times spur rehab boom

Oslo officials say they intend to take advantage of newly idled construction workers, and launch a barrage of rehabilitation projects in 2009. The boom...



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