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Transcript of Norway
Capital city: Oslo
Date of independence: June 7, 1905
Official languages: Norwegian (Bokmål and Nynorsk)
Surface area: 323,780 km
Population density: 15.6 people/ sq km
Birth rate: 10.8 births/1000 population
Death rate: 9.22 deaths/1000 population
Literacy rate: 99.9%
Currency: Norwegian Krone
Gross Domestic Product: $485.8 Billion US dollars
Employment rate: 97%
Net migration: 1.69 migrants/1000 population 2 Exports/Imports Summer starts late june to early august. temperatures in the summer tempratures can reach 77°F- 86°F. fortunately there`s no humidity. 2 Oslo Norway Summer starts late June to early August. Temperatures in the summer 77°F- 87°F. Fortunately there's no humidity. In winter temperatures can reach below -40°F. In some areas such as Finnmarky, Troms, Central Norway and Eastern Norway it is very cold. May 17 is Norway's constitution and national day. The people of Norway celebrate this day by having parades.
Norway seperated from Sweden on June 7, 1905 and constitution on May 17, 1814. Bergen, Norway Trondheim, Norway Norway's resources include petroleum, natural gas, minerals, lumber, seafood, fresh water and hydropower. Norway has the fourth highest per capita income in the world. Canada also exports lumber as well. Norway's main trading partners are United Kingdom, United States, Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, France, China and Denmark. Norway and Canada are NATO allies. Norway and Canada have diplomatic relations for 70 years. Norway is one of the most important trading partners in Europe. Canada has imported $4.5 Billion worth of Norwegian goods. Norway population pyramid Spring is when all the flowers and trees bloom to life and snow starts to melt. The people of Norway have parades to celebrate after the long cold winter. Spring starts from May to mid- June. Autumn is when the temperature drops slowly in September. During Autumn some parts of Norway have the highest temperatures. Autumn is the perfect time to pick mushrooms and berries. Norway ranks the highest living standard in the world. Norway's literacy rate is 99.9%, death rate is low, birth rate is high and have the people have access to health care, which makes them live longer. The GDP per capita is high and wealth is equally disturbed to the people of Norway. Norway is the third largest gas and fifth largest oil exporter in the world. Norway also exports stock fish too. Most of Norway's economy is based on resources.
Norway's imports include motor vehicles, raw materials and industrial equipment.
Norway's economy is based on fishing, oil, natural gas, agriculture, hydro power and lumber. Norway's GDP has grown by $1.7 Billion. Employment rate is 97%. Yes Norway does have a successful economy. Norway has gas and Oil exports that is a major resource for countries around the world. Thank-You
Merci There are 655 170 immigrants living in Norway. Pakistani Norwegians are the largest non- European group in Norway. Other non- Norwegians immigrants include Swedes, Poles, Danes, Germans and Britons. Norway’s culture still remains the same even though there are immigrants from other nations. The barriers of Norway is that since Norway is close to the arctic the temperature is cold. Farmers might not be able to grow crops and the country might now be able to export much products. However there are still parts of Norway that can grow agriculture just like Canada. Norway still has a very high GDP and GNP.