Doing business in Norway
A selection of articles, books and online resources to help you explore the key issues for doing business in Norway.
Overseas Business Risk - Norway
Report from UK Trade & Investment and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office looking at potential risks for UK businesses operating in this country. It includes economic and political risks, human rights issues, bribery and corruption, terrorism, intellectual property and organised crime.
Doing Business in Norway
Guide prepared by a local firm within the UHY network which provides an overview of the relevant issues to consider when establishing a business in this country. This publication is current at March 2019.
On our Exporting to Norway page you can find export guides, trade forecasts and economic and political updates.
Chambers of commerce and business networks
Norwegian-British Chamber of Commerce
A forum for business people to network and encourage best practice, trade and investment between Britain and Norway.
British-Norwegian Chamber of Commerce
A support network for promoting business and trade between Britain and Norway.
Articles and books in the Library collection
The Business Operations in... series from Bloomberg BNA provides expert guidance on the tax aspects of expanding and operating businesses abroad.
Business Operations in Norway
Analysis of the business environment in Norway, focusing on: the economy and government, operating a business, forms of doing business, principal taxes and taxation of domestic corporations.
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