The Norwegian state withdraws from Solstad Farstad

The Norwegian state has via its guarantee institute sold off the shares in the country's new large offshore venture Solstad Farstad, confirms the Norwegian Guarantee Institute for Export Credits to the media E24. The Farstad family also wants to leave the merger.

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The Norwegian state has sold out of Solstad Farstad.

The state owned Guarantee Institute for Export Credits (Giek) has sold its shares in in the newly merged offshore carrier over the past couple of months and today Norway no longer has a stake in Solstad Farstad, writes the media E24.

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