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  4. Is Norway's Statoil a Safe Oil Bet?

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  1. (ENOR, NORW) 2 Best Norway ETFs for 2016

    Learn about the top two exchange-traded funds, or ETFs, that track the Norway equity ...
  2. Is Norway's Statoil a Safe Oil Bet?

    For those who want to place a bet on oil, Norwegian state-backed company Statoil ...
  1. Is Norway a developed country?

    Learn why Norway's GDP, anti-corrupt laws and oil exports make it a developed nation and one of the wealthier nations in ...
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