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Slik ser Norge ut for millioner av amerikanere

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Category: Entertainment

Vikingene er ikke det eneste i den norske filmen i Epcot-senteret som er gått av moten. Skulderputer og datamaskiner à la Commodore 64 preger også portrettet av Norge som blir presentert for elleve millioner amerikanske turister årlig. Filmen ser du lengre nede i artikkelen – Søppelfilm Den norske parfymekongen Geir Ness selger sine produkter i […]

Source: TV2 Nyhetene

Published: December 16, 2018


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Designing the Bergen Region

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Category: AmCham News

Design Region Bergen (DRB) is the member organization that works to unite the creativity of the region’s designers through events and other activities that raise the profile of all aspects of design as an integral part of life. This spans the design spectrum from furniture and interior design, to clothes and jewelry, to visual communication, […]

Source: Norway Communicates

Published: December 16, 2018


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US, Russia, Norway, Others to Cooperate on Arctic Rescues

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Category: Government

U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said the agreement among the eight-nation Arctic Council highlights the growing importance of the Arctic, where climate change is creating new shipping routes, fishing grounds and oil and gas drilling opportunities. Russia, which has laid disputed claim to much Arctic territory, participated in the very limited agreement to […]

Source: The Associated Press

Published: December 5, 2011


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Elendig norgesreklame

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Category: Travel

ORLANDO, FLORIDA (Nettavisen): Norges pavilliong på Disneys Epcot-senter besøkes av 11 millioner mennesker i året. De får se et bilde av Norge som består av vikinger og eldgammel teknologi fra 80-tallet. Ingen vil betale «småpengene» som skal til for å gi et moderne bilde av Norge på den største utstillingsplakaten vi har i utlandet. – […]

Source: na24

Published: July 4, 2011


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The “Norwegian Dream”?

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Category: AmCham News

The national political terrain reflected this “Dream” – with the Labour Party becoming the largest party in 1927, so strong that for many years after the Second World War Norway was called a “one party state”.  During this time period the bureaucracy began to grow as the country was rebuilt – with the honorable goal to create […]

Source: Norway Communicates

Published: November 5, 2011


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