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Arcus Teams with Thinfilm to Deliver ‘Smart’ LINIE Aquavit

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Category: Food & Beverage

Norway’s Largest Importer of Wine and Producer of Liquor Selects Thinfilm’s NFC Technology to Connect with Consumers; Field Trials for LINIE Aquavit Brand To Start in Q2. Thin Film Electronics ASA (“Thinfilm”) (OSE: THIN), a global leader in NFC (near field communication) mobile marketing solutions using printed electronics technology, today announced Arcus ASA (“Arcus”) (OSE: […]

Source: Thinfilm

Published: June 23, 2018


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Norway’s energy sector rebounding from historic lows

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Category: Energy

Investment activity in the energy sector was lower than previous estimates. A modest increase in investments in the Norwegian oil and gas industry is expected, though pressures on the overall energy sector remain, the government said. Norway is a main oil and gas producer and one of the central suppliers to the European economy, outside […]

Source: UPI

Published: June 23, 2018


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Scandinavians Take Drastic Steps to Get Into Booming Housing Market

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Category: Culture / Lifestyle

Joakim Bakka, a 29-year-old shop worker, was so desperate to get into Norway’s booming housing market that he was prepared to borrow money at 13 percent for a deposit to buy a home. It would have been risky but he felt he had no choice. Bakka, from the Norwegian city of Drammen, is not alone […]

Source: NY Times

Published: June 23, 2018


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U.S. women make history at cross country skiing world championships

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Category: Culture / Lifestyle

Eight years ago, Kikkan Randall made history when she was the first American woman to win a cross country skiing world championship medal. On Thursday, she and teammate Jessie Diggins held the U.S. flag as they skied down the finishing lane together after making more history at the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships in Lahti, […]

Source: USA Today

Published: June 23, 2018


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Republican Lawmakers Concerned About Trump’s Trade Agenda

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Category: Trade

Republican lawmakers are concerned about where President Trump is headed on trade and are asking who in the administration is in charge of policies that could affect their home-state economies. Their biggest worries are what will replace the Trans-Pacific Partnership — the largest trade deal in U.S. history until it was scrapped by President Trump […]

Source: The Hill

Published: February 20, 2017


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