Bookshelf: Business Operations in Norway

Putting a wide range of Norway's business law issues under the microscope, this is a guide written to inform foreign companies on how to conduct business in a region of Europe that is performing far better economically than many of its neighbours.
Norwegian lawyers on a business development trip

Norwegian lawyers on a business development trip

However, some areas – such as tax – are focussed on as the book breaks down the laws governing individuals and corporations, residents and foreigners.
It also delves into the current problems facing foreign businesses operating in Norway from a practical point of view, while also providing a cursory explanation of the judicial system and economic climate as a whole. Among its resources are: information regarding governmental regulation, intellectual property rights, and Norwegian immigration rules and labour laws.
The book is part of the Foreign Income Portfolios Library, a comprehensive collection of issues concerning international taxation.

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