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Norway wants to copy green Danish brand

Norway's prime minister wants to increase green exports to and investments in the country. Her plan is inspired by the sustainable Danish branding organization State of Green.

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Norway's government wants to increase its focus on green investments. The climate deal from Paris will change Norway, and business must prepare for stricter climate policy going forward. This is the statement from Norwegian Prime Minister, Erna Solberg, at the Made in Norway conference, hosted by the Confederation of Norwegian Enterprise (Næringslivets Hovedorganisasjon – NHO) this Thursday.

"It will be hard. It will require major changes because we have already implemented many of the cheap solutions," says Solberg.

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