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US Drops Penalty Duty on Norwegian Salmon

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Category: Seafood

The decision to rescind the penalty duty, which Norwegian officials said amounted to nearly 24 percent, was announced on Thursday by the United States International Trade Commission. Norwegian fisheries minister Lisbeth Berg-Hansen, a salmon farmer herself, welcomed the decision to lift the tariff, which analysts said had applied only to whole fish rather than filleted […]

Source: Reuters

Published: October 21, 2018


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Norway Launches New International Trade Portal

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Category: Statistics

International communication is increasingly difficult as the level of information rises. This has resulted in a growing demand for structured information to ease the search for international suppliers and customers. In times with global financial challenges, Norwegian companies are characterized by high quality goods and services from a stable and growing market.

Source: Nortrade.com

Published: October 21, 2018


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US International Trade Commission: Antidumping & Countervailing Duty Orders on Norwegian Salmon Revoked

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Category: Seafood

As a result of the Commission’s negative determinations, the existing orders on imports of this product from Norway will be revoked. Chairman Deanna Tanner Okun, Vice Chairman Irving A. Williamson, and Commissioners Daniel R. Pearson, Shara L. Aranoff, and Dean A. Pinkert voted in the negative. Commissioner David S. Johanson did not participate in these […]

Source: U.S. International Trade Commission

Published: October 21, 2018


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ExxonMobil, Statoil & US Government Settle GoM Dispute

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Category: Energy

The government will get more money from Exxon and Statoil as part of the agreement to settle federal lawsuits over their leases in the oil field known as Julia, which is about 250 miles southwest of New Orleans. The proposed settlement was filed in federal court Friday but still must be approved by a judge. […]

Source: The Associated Press

Published: July 1, 2012


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Norway Expects Petroleum Production to Rise 1.5% in 2012

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Category: Energy

Oil and natural gas production will rise to 222 million standard cubic meters of oil equivalents this year from 218.7 million cubic meters in 2011, the Stavanger-based Norwegian Petroleum Directorate said in a report today. Production is expected to hold “steady around” this level until 2016 and the share of gas in total sales is […]

Source: Bloomberg

Published: October 21, 2018


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