Norway is richly endowed with natural resources - petroleum, hydropower, fish, forests, and minerals and is highly dependent on the petroleum sector. Food processing, shipbuilding, and the manufacture of pulp and paper products, metals, chemicals, and textiles are important to the economy. The great Norwegian merchant fleet carries a large part of the world's trade. Petroleum and petroleum products, machinery and equipment, metals, chemicals, ships, and fish are the main exports; imports include capital goods, chemicals, metals, and foodstuffs. The chief trading partners are Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, and France.
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Construction of new assembly hall / auditorium .
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Provision of Medical Equipment.
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Establishment of bus lanes .
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Supply of signs and markings, construction and inside / outside the building.
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Purchase of soils .
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Provision of MRI .
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Rehabilitation of Hasle rectifier station.
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Provision of text services.
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Acquisition of sorting machine .
|Norway||10-Dec-2013||Procurement of software for workflow and data collection and related services.