Question by LiVV: Major imports/exports of Norway?
Yet again, another question on Norway.
I’m not quite sure what all the imports/exports are, and if you know I’d like if you could tell me!
For world geography.
Answer by pensk8r
Foreign trade, in the form of commodities exported chiefly to western Europe or shipping services throughout the world, accounts for nearly half of Norway’s national income. Norway’s booming petroleum industry has ensured a strong positive balance of payments for the national economy, despite some declines in the manufacturing and agricultural sectors. The great majority of Norway’s petroleum exports go to the nations of the European Union. Other important exports are machinery and transport equipment, metals and metal products, and fish. Norway’s principal trading partners are the United Kingdom (which receives the largest portion of Norwegian exports), Germany, and Sweden (which is the greatest contributor of imports to Norway). Principal imports include machinery, motor vehicles, ships, iron and steel, and food products, especially fruits and vegetables.
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