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Confed. of Norwegian Business and Industry (NHO)

Confederation of Norwegian Business and Industry website: www.nho.no/about_nho

"NHO is the main organisation for Norwegian employers.  Membership consists of more than 16 000 enterprises ranging from small family-owned businesses to large industrial enterprises."

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