CIA: The World Factbook: Norway

January 2009
CIA World Fact Book;2009, p473
The article provides a country profile of Norway, with information on the country's geography, people, and communications. It describes the country's form of government which is a constitutional monarchy, its capital which is Oslo, and political parties which include the Center Party. Moreover, it features the country's economic activity, with data on distribution of family income, investment, and central bank discount rate.


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