OSLO The chief executive of Norway's $1.2 trillion sovereign wealth fund has been diagnosed with COVID-19, he said on Thursday, forcing colleagues including the central bank governor into quarantine.
OSLO Norwegian Air has asked an Irish court to oversee a restructuring of its massive debt as it seeks to stave off collapse amid the coronavirus pandemic, the budget airline said on Wednesday.
OSLO Prime Minister Erna Solberg told Norwegians to avoid travelling domestically and instead stay at home as much as possible, as part of a new round of recommendations and restrictions aimed at stopping the spread of the coronavirus.
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OSLO Norway will announce further restrictions this week to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the government said on Tuesday, without giving details of the plans.
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HALDEN, Norway Norway’s tipplers and sweet tooths may no longer feel a need to leave the country to stock up on their favourite vices.
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OSLO Norwegian Air aims to secure funding this year for the next 18 months or more to see it through the COVID-19 pandemic, the budget airline said on Friday after reporting first-half losses of $610 million (459.61 million pounds). | Video
OSLO The Swedish border town of Stromstad is paying a heavy price for Sweden's decision not to lock down its economy like neighbouring Norway and other Nordic nations to halt the spread of COVID-19.