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    Norway

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    Norway otherwise known as "Northern Way" is made up of 4,419,955 people and has an 0.44% Rate of growth. The birth rate is 12.9 births to every 1000 people. But just the same the death rate is 10.17 Deaths to every 1000 people. Net immigration rate is 1.64 migrants to every 1000 people. With that Norway occupies the western half of the Scandinavian Peninsula of Northern Europe. Norway has only land borders to the east , with Sweden , Finland , and the Soviet Union. The official language is Norwegian

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    Norway

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    Norway is one of the “three fingers” of Scandinavia, and is just larger than New Mexico. It covers 125,181 square miles. It is located in Northern Europe, bordering the North Sea and the North Atlantic Ocean. The coastline stretches 21,925 km. The population of Norway is 4.3 million and growing. The population is predominantly or Nordic (Scandinavian) decent. There is also a small minority (20,000) of native Sámis (Laplanders), who live mostly in the North. Many aspects of business and management

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    Norway is filled with a beautiful landscape and cold waters. It is perfect for vacationing and also living. During winter, thousands of people visit to see the snowy vast lands and experience the climate. It is filled with mountains along with the rest of the Scandinavian region. The largest industry is petroleum production which helps the economy a lot. Fish is an important food and is eaten with almost all meals because, of the access to water. The country’s Independence Day is May 17, very significant

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    Statoil Company in Norway

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    Norway is a country that has tax laws that have been implemented on the companies that extract oil from their land. Norway uses a government based oil company called Statoil, alongside other companies, to extract the resource. They retain sixty-seven percent shares of that company and the rest are publicly owned. This company benefits Norway as a whole country. Norway owns shares in other companies bringing their total to about eighty percent of all oil in Norway. So why have taxes not been implemented

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    In the middle of the 19th century when Norway, needed to have a new written language of it’s own, after being under Danish rule. The process of getting this new Norwegian written language, was not straightforward, as not one way of doing was agreed on. There were two rivaling ways of getting the new Norwegian written language. One was to adopt a newly created language based upon the older dialects, that reassembled old norse the most. This approach was founded by Ivar Aasen. The other approach was

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    Norway 2011 attacks

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    including a car bomb and and summer camp massacre attack Norway. This incident forever change the history of Norway which has always been considered as a safe and peaceful country. Surprisingly, all of these attacks are done by one man named Anders Behring Breivik, a right wing extremist. These attacks were fueled by Breivik’s disagreement with the government’s policy on Muslim immigrants. At the time Muslim population was about 3% of Norway population and has been increasing. The attacks reflect

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    Brief Overview of Norway

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Cultural Analysis 1. Introduction 2. Brief discussion of Norway’s relevant history 3. I. Cultural Analysis I. Introduction The company that will be exporting products to Norway is a packaging manufacturer. Their primary product is called the “water box” which is primarily made up of recycled paper and cardboard and specially lined inside to allow water to keep the same taste overtime and not absorb or seep through the boxes’ liner. The introduction of such a product

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    Norway, one of the most beautiful Scandinavian countries, is known for its rich history, beautiful scenery, and wonderful people. Situated between Sweden and the Norwegian Sea, Norwegians benefit from natural resources such as fish, forests, minerals, and petroleum. Let’s take a closer look at the environment, economy, and culture in Norway and gain a better understanding of the country that we, as SodaStream, will be entering. First off, anyone who has been to Norway or even seen pictures of it

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    Norway Vs. Puerto Rico

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    Norway Vs. Puerto Rico Norway and Puerto Rico are two completely different countries, in so far as terrain, climate and native culture. Local phenomenon such as natural environment and climatic atmosphere has produced two very distinctive cultures. This is reflected in everything from regional cuisine and clothing styles to social events and the dictates of cultural norms. Moreover, the location of each country plays a very important role in its’ national cuisine and

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    Freedom of Speech in Norway

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    recent list Reporters Without Boarders released in 2010, Norway was listed as tied for the number one spot for the country with the most freedom of speech (Press Freedom Index 2010). Since Reporters Without Borders has been compiling a list of the countries, ranking them from one to one hundred seventy-eight, for countries with the best freedom of speech; Norway has been tied for first in all years since 2002. It was only in 2006 that Norway lost its number one ranking and fell to being tied for the

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