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This's in Center in Oslo

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this is our way in winter time

At night skating in Oslo

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Norway Business

Economy in Norway

Economic overview

Norway has a strong and stable economy. Foreign capital, knowledge and technology have always played a significant part in Norway's trade and industries. International relationships have had an important impact upon Norway's growth and development in the context of an ever-increasing global economy. Norway is not a member of the EU but despite this, both Norwegian and foreign-owned companies have unrestricted access to the EU market, through the European Economic Area (EEA) agreement.

Norway is considered a great market for a growing business because its population is among the world's wealthiest. The industries found in Norway are larger and more successful than most people would expect for this moderately sized country.

How long does it take to set up a company in Norway?

Setting up a company branch in Norway is a relatively easy process requiring a few steps. Opening the bank account and making the initial deposit usually takes one day. Also notarizing the company documents does not take more than one day, depending on the notary's program. Registering the Norwegian company branch with the Register of Business Enterprises usually takes three days. A Norwegian company branch is set up in approximately one week.

Setting up a company branch from abroad

There are almost no restrictions regarding foreign company establishment in Norway. A company can operate using any currency, and a fully foreign owned company enjoys equal treatment as Norwegian companies. Setting up a company branch in Norway may be done through a representative authorized through power of attorney to carry out the incorporation procedures. However translations are required and the company branch must have a registered office in Norway.

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It's ok to start up business in norway but I'll prefere in East Europe because of Low Tax.
Larson , Norway,Oslo

It's good place to do business despite of high tax in contrast to East European countries.
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Norway tourist spots


Unquestionably, Fjordland and the Southwest is Norway's most important tourist area, due to its scenery. Many visitors arrive on cruise ships working their way north along the coast from Stavanger via Haugesund to Bergen and the best known fjord of all, Sognefjorden. Førdefjorden, Hardanger Fjord and Nordfjord are among other notable scenic attractions in the region

Fløibanen - Berg

Fløibanen is a funicular in Bergen, Norway which runs up the mountain of Fløyen. It is one of Bergen's major tourist attractions and one of Norway's most visited attractions. Over 1 million passengers a year have used it over the past few years. In just a few minutes you find yourself on top of a mountain with a perfect view of the city and its surroundings. You have not seen Bergen before you have taken Fløibanen

Holmenkollbakken and Ski Museum - Oslo

Holmenkollen hosts FIS World Cup ski competitions each year. Holmenkollen is not merely a sports venue; it is also a tourist magnet of note. Visitors can enjoy lots of interesting ski history and a beautiful view of Oslo and the surrounding fjord. And if you get bored, you can even experience flying 100 meters in the world famous ski jumping hill inside the ski-simulator.

Bryggen in Berg

In the late Middle ages the Hanseatic League established the German Kontor in Bryggen (the waterfront), which became a thriving center of international trade. The characteristic parallel rows of buildings, with their seaward-facing gables represent a building tradition dating back almost 900 years.The old wharf of Bergen is a reminder of the town’s importance as part of the Hanseatic League’s trading empire from the fourteenth to the mid-sixteenth century.

Kristiansand Zoo and Amusement Park - Kristiansand

Few parks cover such a variety as Kristiansand Zoo, which is why the Zoo like to call themselves "The Living Park". Dyreparken is actually five separate parks, including a water park (bring bathing suits and towels); a forested park; an entertainment park; a theme park; and a zoo, which contains an enclosure for Scandinavian animals such as wolves and elk, a large breeding ground for Bactrian camels, and exotic animals such as lions and tigers. In the zoo, the Africa exhibition allows you to move along a bridge observing native savanna animals such as giraffe and zebras. The park is 11 km (6 mi) east of town.

Tusenfryd in Ås

The park is located 20 kilometers south of Oslo. Two of the longest motorway corridors in Norway, E6 and E18, meet nearby Tusenfryd and the park is located on the west side near where they meet. SpeedMonster, SuperSplash, ThunderCoaster and SpaceShot make the park visible from the motorway. The park was officially opened on the 11th of June in 1988, after a construction period of 18 months. The park is owned by Parques Reunidos S.A., located in Madrid, Spain. Bjørn Håvard Solli is the parks CEO. Tusenfryd is one of Norway's largest employers of young people. The park has 31 attractions and somewhat 500.000 visitors pr. year.

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I was in summer in Norway and I was very funny. There're lot of beautifull places to visit.

People think Norway is all about the Cold place, May be now you learn lot of about Norway and beautifull place to visit


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