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Joachim Dagenborg

Norwegian Air says received 'several inquiries' after IAG's move

26 Apr 2018

OSLO A number of groups have expressed interest in Norwegian Air after British Airways-owner IAG said it may want to buy the budget carrier, Norwegian chief executive and founder Bjoern Kjos told Reuters on Thursday.

Norwegian Air 'flattered' by IAG interest, undecided on talks

13 Apr 2018

OSLO Norwegian Air is flattered by British Airways-owner IAG's interest in making an offer for the budget airline, but has not decided whether to agree to formal talks, founder and biggest shareholder Bjoern Kjos said on Friday.

Hydro denies Brazil alumina plant contaminated local environment

10 Apr 2018

OSLO Aluminium producer Norsk Hydro denied on Monday its Alunorte alumina refinery in Brazil had contaminated local waters, contradicting the findings of a Brazilian public health group.

Norway subject to U.S. steel, aluminium tariffs

23 Mar 2018

OSLO Norway will be subject to the new U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminium, the Nordic country's foreign minister said on Friday, calling on her American counterparts to remedy the situation.

Norway subject to U.S. steel, aluminum tariffs

23 Mar 2018

OSLO Norway will be subject to the new U.S. tariffs on steel and aluminum, the Nordic country's foreign minister said on Friday, calling on her American counterparts to remedy the situation.

Norway's Telenor exits central Europe with $3.4 billion asset sale to Czech investor PPF

21 Mar 2018

OSLO Norwegian telecoms firm Telenor has agreed to sell its businesses in central and eastern Europe to Czech billionaire Petr Kellner's investment firm PPF Group for 2.8 billion euros ($3.4 billion).

Norway's justice minister quits to avert government collapse

20 Mar 2018

OSLO Norwegian Justice Minister Sylvi Listhaug quit on Tuesday to avert a collapse of the minority government after she caused uproar with comments accusing the opposition of being lenient on militant suspects.

Norway government under threat as key party says it has no confidence in minister

19 Mar 2018

OSLO Norway's Christian Democrats, holding the balance of power in parliament, said on Monday they had no confidence in the justice minister, a day ahead of a vote that could bring down the centre-right government.

Statoil to rebrand as Equinor in green energy push

16 Mar 2018

OSLO Norway's Statoil plans to change its name to Equinor, reflecting its commitment to become a broad energy company rather than one focused only on oil, it said on Thursday.

Dry bulk shipper Golden Ocean boosts dividend after Q4 beat

20 Feb 2018

OSLO, Feb 20 Dry bulk shipper Golden Ocean proposed a bigger than expected dividend for the fourth quarter on the back of forecast-beating results on Tuesday, and reiterated the market was getting better.

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