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DCNS, ThyssenKrupp shortlisted for new Norwegian submarine

DCNS, ThyssenKrupp shortlisted for new Norwegian submarine
OSLO, Norway, April 11 (UPI) — Norwegian defense officials have narrowed down their search to French and German maritime defense firms to replace Norway's Ula-class attack submarine fleet. French firm Direction des Constructions Navels Services, or …
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RPT-EXCLUSIVE-Norway's high-yield bond market becomes latest casualty of oil
LONDON/OSLO, April 8 Norway's multi-billion-dollar high-yield bond market has become the latest casualty of the oil industry slump, with looming debt defaults for firms that operate supply ships and drilling rigs set to hammer investors who bet on the …
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Norway's Oil Industry Seeks Cost Cuts from Streamlined Engineering
FORNEBU, Norway, April 7 (Reuters) – Oil firms and their suppliers must redouble cost cutting efforts by standardizing products after profits were wiped out by spiralling expenses and a crushing crude price fall, Norway's energy minister and industry …
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Anders Behring Breivik, Killer in 2011 Norway Massacre, Says Prison Conditions
Anders Behring Breivik, the Norwegian extremist who was convicted of killing 77 people in a bomb and gun rampage in 2011, returned to court on Tuesday to pursue his claim that his solitary confinement — albeit in cushy circumstances — violates his …
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Norwegian Central Bank Cuts Main Rate, Strikes Cautious Note
As Western Europe's biggest oil and gas producer, the Nordic country of five million people has been knocked by falling revenue from its offshore fields. Oil companies have cut jobs and postponed investments. Norway's economic growth was a meager 0.1% …
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Norway mass killer Anders Breivik compares himself to Mandela in court
Asked about his complaints of suffering an "isolation headache," she responded that Breivik should "take a tablet and drink water," saying she herself often suffered headaches because of her work. She had evaluated Breivik's risk of committing violence …
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The Upshot|How Society Pays When Women's Work Is Unpaid
In Norway, for instance, women spend just over 3.5 hours a day on unpaid work and men spend three hours. In India, women spend six hours and men spend less than an hour. When not making a comparison with women, South Korean men come out last at …
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The Fugitive
On March 29, 1943, with the brutal Norwegian winter not yet waning, Jan Baalsrud and 11 commandos and crewmen slipped into a secluded cove in the northern fjords. Their fishing boat, the Brattholm, carried a secret cargo of bombs and explosive devices.
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Norway Will Spend Almost Billion on New Bike Highways
Norway has just announced a new tool in its fight against transit emissions: a new network of bike highways. As part of a plan announced last week, the country will spend a massive 8 billion Norwegian Kroner ($ 923 million) creating 10 broad, two-lane, …
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Norway Adopted U.S. Research Model, and Lost
In 2003, Norway ended the "professor's privilege," in which faculty members at universities retained full financial rights to new business ventures and intellectual property they created in their university roles. In its place, Norway adopted a system …
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