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Media: Norwegian oil boom saves lost Danish jobs

The Norwegian oil industry is developing so rapidly that the Norwegians themselves cannot keep up, which saves hundreds of Danish jobs, writes Danish newspaper Børsen.

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The Norwegian oil industry is developing so rapidly that the Norwegians themselves cannot keep up, which saves hundreds of Danish jobs, writes Danish newspaper Børsen.

“Things are moving so fast in Norway right now, and they’ve run out of skilled labor. So they’ve now also become dependent on us delivering part of the resources,” Tommy Palmholt, resource manager of the Norwegian company Aibel, tells the newspaper.

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