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GETTING MORE OIL FROM EXISTING RESERVES WHILE LIMITING GLOBAL WARMING MAY NOT BE CONTRADICTORY, BUT COULD BE COSTLY

…capture, utilisation and storage. Other commercial developments illustrating this over the past year include Air Products’ exclusive licence agreement with the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to use…

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NORWAY MEAT LABELLING TOO WEAK SAYS EFTA

THE NORWEGIAN government has been told to improve its labelling controls for meat products, foodstuffs containing meat and additives used within such products. The European Free Trade Area (EFTA) Surveillance…

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FINANCIAL CAPACITY BUILDING ESSENTIAL IN AFRICA TO PRESERVE DECADE OF ROBUST ECONOMIC GROWTH

…public sector, said Jan Isaksen, a Norwegian economist with extensive experience in African public accounting capacity building, one key step is making sure there are enough jobs for well-trained financial…

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EU ROUND UP – CEFIC ATTACKS NEW EU ENDOCRINE DISRUPTOR CHEMICALS CRITERIA

…be undertaken with the help of Danish, German, Italian and Norwegian authorities. An ECHA note warned: “Tattoo inks and permanent make-up may contain hazardous substances – for example, substances that…

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COMPANIES SEEK TECHNOLOGICAL EDGE IN PAINT MIXING SEGMENT

…to integrate new mixing technology to boost the effectiveness of their in house operations. For example, Norwegian paint company the Jotun Group is to open a “technologically advanced” production facility…

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COUNTRIES MULL CARBON NEUTRALITY IN WAKE OF PARIS CLIMATE CONFERENCE – BUT WILL THEY ACHIEVE IT?

…energy contributed much less – 1.7 million – approximately 3% of the total. Thanks to extensive hydro energy, Norwegian electricity production is almost 100% renewable. Time will tell if Norway…

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UK FOOD COMPANIES EXPORTING TO EU FACE RISKS OF PAYING DUTIES IF BREXIT FOLLOWED THROUGH

…free trade in industrial goods, such as food manufacturing equipment and packaging materials, but not food and drink exports, which are can attract EU tariffs. These are levied on Norwegian

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SCANDINAVIA COLOUR COSMETICS SECTOR IS POISED TO GROW AFTER RECENT BUMPY RIDE

…2015 said the Norwegian Institute of Public Health. It estimates that around half a million Norwegians have experienced side effects from using beauty and personal care products, a Euromonitor report…

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MEAT INDUSTRY REBUKES RUSSIA’S PLAN TO EXTEND IMPORT RESTRICTIONS

Russia’s decision to extend its import ban on a wide range of European Union (EU), US, Canadian, Australian and Norwegian food exports until December 31, 2017 has met with widespread…

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NORWAY COULD FACE PRESSURE THROUGH TTIP TO LOWER TARIFF ON MEAT

…Medin, Norwegian Institute of International Affairs (NUPI) senior research fellow told GlobalMeatNews. NUPI is currently assessing the impact of TTIP on Norway’s trade and is due to submit a final…

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