Historical archive

Historical archive

Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government

In the historical archive, you can find information from previous governments. Among the documents found here are press releases, news articles and speeches from earlier government periods. The document archive also contains documents which are no longer valid, for instance replaced or expired documents.

Documents which are moved to the archive are not updated, so the information in the archive is mostly of historical value.

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  • Stoltenberg’s second government tenders its resignation

    14/10/2013 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    Jens Stoltenberg’s second government today at 13.00 tendered its resignation in an extraordinary session of the Council of State at the Royal Palace. The King requested the government to continue as a caretaker government until a new government has

  • Petroleum industry generates NOK 344 billion

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Petroleum and Energy

    In the National Budget 2014, the Norwegian State’s net cash flow from the petroleum industry is estimated at almost NOK 344 billion in 2013. Taxes account for NOK 207 billion of this amount, while the State’s Direct Financial Interest (SDØE)

  • Review of 29 multilateral organisations

    14/10/2013 Article Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs has carried out a review of Norway’s cooperation with the 29 multilateral organisations and global funds that receive most Norwegian support.

  • National Budget 2014: Improved patient care

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Health and Care Services

    The Government proposes to strengthen the hospital budgets with NOK 2.4 billion in the National Budget for 2014, compared with the revised budget for 2013. The strengthening will found a growth in activity of 2.3 percent. That is the highest

  • Mandate for the review of active management of GPFG

    14/10/2013 Article Ministry of Finance

    The Ministry plans to undertake a review of Norges Bank’s management of GPFG, to be presented to the Parliament in the spring of 2014. An important part of the review will be a report made by a small group of acknowledged experts with competencies

  • Stoltenberg says his government will resign

    14/10/2013 Press release Office of the Prime Minister

    Following the presentation in the Storting (Parliament) of the state budget for 2014, Prime Minister Jens Stoltenberg this morning asked for the floor to state that his government will tender its resignation in an extraordinary session of the

  • The Norwegian Defence Budget for 2014

    14/10/2013 News story Ministry of Defence

    In the national budget for 2014, the government continues to give considerable priority to the Norwegian Armed Forces, and to ensure a predictable and stable foundation for the further modernisation of the Defence sector. Maintaining a sustainable

  • Fiscal Budget 2014: A responsible budget to underpin continued stable developments

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Finance

    The Norwegian economy continues to perform well, with economic growth near trend and low unemployment. However, a high cost level poses challenges for the trade exposed industries.

  • Investing in learning – from day care institutions to research

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Education and Research

    The 2014 national budget proposes significant investments in all areas of education and research. Measures include expanding access to day care institutions, as well as a major push to improve the quality of vocational training and to increase the

  • Nordic missions abroad

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Co-location of Nordic missions in New York could become a reality in 2018 if developments go the way Norway and the other Nordic foreign ministers are hoping.

  • Measures to stimulate the mainland economy

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Finance

    The Norwegian Government proposes tax changes from 2014 to strengthen competitiveness and profitability, and stimulate investments in the mainland economy. The corporate tax rate will be lowered, the tax credit scheme for R&D will be increased and a

  • NOK 2.5 billion to the High North in 2014

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Government is continuing to increase funding for Norway’s High North efforts. A project that involves allowing the research vessel Lance to freeze into the Arctic ice, an initial allocation for a new medicine and health studies building at the

  • NOK 50 million to regional projects in Asia

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The Government is to set aside NOK 50 million for regional cooperation projects in Asia.

  • Government to step up global health efforts

    14/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    The GAVI Alliance (the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization) and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria will together receive an additional NOK 330 million in the national budget for 2014. The Government wishes to intensify

  • Decisions about active ownership and divestment

    14/10/2013 News story Ministry of Finance

    The Ministry of Finance has concluded its deliberation of eight recommendations from the Council on Ethics about observation and exclusion of companies from the Government Pension Fund Global's (GPFG) investment universe. In five of the cases the

  • Expert group to analyse active management in GPFG

    14/10/2013 News story Ministry of Finance

    The Ministry announced, in Report No. 10 (2009-2010) to the Storting on the Management of the Government Pension Fund in 2009, its intention to conduct broad and regular reviews of active management of the GPFG at the beginning of each term of the

  • Risk weights under the IRB approach

    13/10/2013 News story Ministry of Finance

    The Ministry of Finance has amended a rule regarding the calculation of risk-weighted assets under the IRB approach. In order to strengthen the banks internal models to promote financial stability, the minimum requirement for banks' estimates of the

  • Norway has ratified the Nagoya Protocol

    11/10/2013 Press release Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    Norway has ratified the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing to genetic resources. Norway deposited the instrument of ratification at the UN Treaty Event. Norway is the first developed country to ratify the Protocol.

  • Norway freezes all budget support to Malawi

    11/10/2013 News story Ministry of Foreign Affairs

    There are clear signs that substantial funds have been embezzled from the Malawian Ministry of Finance. The President has asked the World Bank and the UK for assistance in investigating what seems to be a serious case of corruption. The Norwegian

  • Norway has ratified the Nagoya Protocol

    11/10/2013 News story Ministry of the Environment

    Norway has ratified the Nagoya Protocol on Access and Benefit-sharing to genetic resources. Norway deposited the instrument of ratification at the UN Treaty Event. The event coincided with the opening of the General Assembly on 24 September - 2

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