Importing from Norway

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Importing from Norway

Imports in Norway are at around NOK 51000 million, which is mainly driven by machinery, transport equipment and miscellaneous manufactured articles. The imports have been at an average level of about 16000 NOK Million from around 1960 until 2015, which has reached a height of around 64000 NOK Million at the start of 2015 and a record low of almost 700 NOK Million in the middle of 1960.

The main imports are machinery and transport equipment (around 40%), manufactured articles (around 15%), food (around 6%), crude materials (around 6%) and mineral fuels (around 5%). The main import partners are Sweden (around 11%), Germany (around 10%), China (around 10%), the UK and the US (6%). The developed economy of

Norway is supported by a strong shipping industry in order to support the export sector. This has been complimented by the high availability of natural resources, which has included petroleum exploration, fisheries and power relating to hydroelectrics. Agriculture and heavy manufacturing have reduced compared to oil-related companies.

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