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Here, you can find guidelines and brochures published by the Office of the Prime Minister and the Ministries. 



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  • NORDCAPS - MOU between Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden

    29/04/2002 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Defence

  • Implementation proposition - Norwegian defence reform - Short version

    17/04/2002 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Defence

    The implementation proposition. A short version Government proposition No. 55 (2001-2002) (pdf)

  • Norwegian defence-related cooperation with the Baltic states

    12/04/2002 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Defence

    Norsk politikk i etterkrigstiden har bare i mindre grad vært rettet mot Baltikum. Uavhengigheten for de baltiske stater i 1991 endret imidlertid dette. TekstutgaveTekstutgave (pdf-format, krever Acrobat reader, kan lastes gratis ned her.

  • Open up

    26/03/2002 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Defence

    Dealing with the media: Guide for civil servants and armed forces staff

  • Fact Sheet 2002 Norwegian Petroleum Activity

    26/03/2002 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

    Fact Sheet 2002 Norwegian Petroleum Activity The Ministry of Petroleum and Energy publishes the Fact Sheet Norwegian Petroleum Activity annually. Most aspects of Norway's petroleum operations are presented. Here you will find an overview of fields

  • Environment 2002 The Norwegian Petroleum Sector

    22/03/2002 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

    Environment 2002 The Norwegian Petroleum Sector The objective of the Ministry's environmental publication is to broaden public knowledge about environmental effects from petroleum operations on the Norwegian continental shelf. Environment 2002

  • Integrated care

    28/01/2002 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Justice and Public Security

    Integrated care This document is in a PDF-format. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader free of charge. Integrated care Guidelines for the action required and the assignment of administrative responsibilities in the aftermath of

  • Defence Budget 2002 - Short Version, Text Edition

    24/10/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Defence

    The Defence Budget for 2002 amounts to NOK 27.7 billion of which NOK 725 million represents internally generated income. If the funding allocation for Norwegian forces abroad is excluded from the calculations, this represents a budget increase

  • Business and industry in Norway - The building and construction industry

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of employees 115 200 Number of companies 34 090 Gross product in percentage 6,2 The building and construction sector comprises the construction and maintenance of houses and commercial buildings, and the development of roads, airports and

  • Business and industry in Norway - The textile and ready-made clothing industry

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of companies 542 Number of employees 7960 This sector’s export share 50 Gross product in percentage 0,3 The textile and ready-made clothing industry includes companies that cover a wide range when it comes to raw materials, production

  • Business and industry in Norway - The business-services industry

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of employees 172270 Number of companies 47547 Gross production value in billions 55,9 Gross product in percentage 10,1 The term business services is used to describe the work of companies that supply services to the rest of industry. Like the

  • Business and industry in Norway - The travel industries

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of employees 155 000 Gross product NOK 51 billion Gross product in percentage 4,3 Percentage of employees 6,8 The travel industries are counted as being some of the largest, fastest-growing industries in the world. The number of people

  • Business and industry in Norway - Graphic production and publishing operations

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of companies 2099 Number of employees 37778 This sector’s export share 1,5 Gross product in percentage 1,94 Over the past few years, the Norwegian graphic industry has changed from a traditional, craft sector into a future-oriented,

  • Business and industry in Norway - The chemical industry

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of companies 557 Number of employees 21973 This sector’s export share 59 Gross product in percentage 2,2 The chemical industry in Norway is very diverse, consisting of everything from small niche companies manufacturing for the domestic

  • Business and industry in Norway - The metals industry

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of companies 121 Number of employees 14658 This sector’s export share 82 Gross product in percentage 1,5 The metals industry is one of Norway’s largest export industries. Norwegian companies are also major producers of aluminium and

  • Business and industry in Norway

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Business and industry in Norway Preface About Norwegian trade and industry 1 The growth of industrial activity in Norway

  • Business and industry in Norway - Mineral products

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of companies 614 Number of employees 9955 This sector’s export share 19 Gross product in percentage 0,6 Mineral products are often divided into three main categories: glass and glassware; ceramic products; and other mineral products. These

  • Business and industry in Norway - 2) Technology-based industries

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    The past few years have seen the formation of a number of companies that use advanced technology and specialist expertise to manufacture goods for niches in the market. Many have a background in the shipbuilding and electrotechnical industries,

  • Business and industry in Norway - 4) Information and communication

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of employees 78 635 Number of companies 9 112 Turnover NOK 182,1 billion Information and communication technology (ICT) is a large and rapidly growing industry that is becoming increasingly important to Norwegian commerce. The ICT business

  • Business and industry in Norway - The food, beverages and tobacco industry

    28/06/2001 Guidelines/brochures Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries

    Number of companies 1655 Number of employees 53 160 This sector’s export share 3 Gross product in percentage 2,0 The Norwegian food, beverages and tobacco industry has grown gradually since the end of the 19th century and is currently Norway’s