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Datatilsynet: Taxiforbundet brøt loven under Uber-etterforskning

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Category: Automobile / Transport

Datatilsynet mener Taxiforbundet har brutt personopplysningsloven ved å la pr-firmaet Aabø & Co benytte seg av metoder som «bærer preg av skjult etterforskning» og «til en viss grad minner om skjulte avhør». Datatilsynet pålegger Norges Taxiforbund (NT) å informere alle berørte Uber-sjåfører om at forbundet har samlet opplysninger om dem i det skjulte. DN skrev i […]

Source: Dagens Næringsliv

Published: November 18, 2017


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Norway sees growth pick-up, but keeps oil fund spending high

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Category: Accounting / Financial

Norway’s government raised its economic growth forecasts for 2017 and 2018 on Thursday and said it would keep a lid on the proportion of oil revenues it spends in next year’s budget. Norway has increasingly relied on the sovereign oil fund, now worth a record $1 trillion, to boost state revenues during a two-year slowdown […]

Source: Reuters

Published: November 18, 2017


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AmCham i Finansavisen: En midlertidig løsning på en varig utfordring

Category: AmCham News

Vi har registrert en oppblussende debatt rundt fjerning av den tollfrie grensen for privatimport på 350 kroner. Det var Solberg I-regjeringen som i sin tid hevet grensen fra 200 til 350 kroner- den første økningen siden regelen ble introdusert på 1970-tallet. Denne tollgrensen har nylig blitt referert til flere ganger som «særnorsk» og det stilles […]

Source: AmCham

Published: November 18, 2017


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U.S. Chamber expert provides insight: How will Trump impact trade?

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Category: Government

First as a candidate and then in the early days of his administration, President Donald Trump has promised to make big changes to U.S. trade policy to help bring more jobs back to the United States. One of his first actions as president was to pull the U.S. out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement. […]

Source: BizTimes

Published: November 18, 2017


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Poll: 62% of US Voters Support Controversial Border-Adjustment Tax

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Category: Government

A majority of registered voters support a proposal to impose a new 20 percent tax on imports, according to a new poll. The Harvard-Harris Poll survey found that 62 percent of Americans would support a 20 percent tax on all goods made outside the United States. The idea is backed by 77 percent of Republicans, […]

Source: The Hill

Published: November 18, 2017


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