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Mercer Global Pension Index: Norway Ranks #4

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Category: Accounting / Financial

Norway’s income retirement system was ranked in the Melbourne Mercer Global Pension Index for the very first time this year. The index is widely perceived as the authority index on global pension systems, now measuring 30 countries and covering 60% of the world’s population. Although ranking a credible 4th place with an overall index value of […]

Source: Mercer


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Tesla confirms building new biggest charging station in Europe – 42-stall Supercharger

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Category: Automobile / Transport

Tesla is still far from its goal to have 10,000 Superchargers online around the world by the end of the year, but they might still have a shot thanks to several new large stations coming online. The company confirmed that it is currently building a new 42-stall Supercharger station in Norway, which should become the biggest […]

Source: Electrek


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Statoil Names New York Offshore Wind Project

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Category: Education / Research

Statoil has named the offshore wind site located off the southern coast of Long Island, New York, Empire Wind. The Empire Wind site extends 14-30 miles southeast of Long Island and spans 79,350 acres. At full operation, Empire Wind could include enough turbines for an installed capacity of over 1GW annually, enough to power roughly […]

Source: Maritime Executive


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AmCham Seeks Member & Government Affairs Consultant

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Category: AmCham News

AmCham Norway seeks a dynamic and motivated full-time Member & Government Affairs Consultant. About Us The American Chamber of Commerce in Norway (AmCham) is a non-profit business advocacy, services and event organization promoting the interests of 235 Norwegian, American and international member companies. AmCham Norway is a fully independent association of businesses and receives no subsidies […]

Source: AmCham

Published: October 27, 2017


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PwC-undersøkelse: Dette er verdens mest innovative selskap

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Category: IP & Innovation

Googles moderselskap Alphabet passerer Apple og er nå verdens mest innovative selskap, i følge en årlig spørreundersøkelse fra PwC. Undersøkelsen har blitt utført blant toppledere i selskapene som brukte mest penger på forskning og utvikling i fjor. Alibaba kaprer også en topp ti-plassering på listen over de mest innovative, og er med det første kinesiske […]

Source: Innomag


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