Oslo enters the global top five shipping cities

The Norwegian capital is selected as one of the world's five most important shipping cities in a new analysis, because of the Oslo Stock Exchange and large shipping banks, while Oslo and Norway are excellent in maritime technology.

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Oslo has moved up to the Major League among the world's top five leading shipping cities, according to a new study, which the consultant house Menon has compiled in relation to the big Nor-Shipping Conference in Oslo this week. The study is based on a survey carried out among 200 shipowners, executives, professors and journalists from around the world.

Only Singapore, which according to the analysis is the undisputed most important shipping city in the world, and Hamburg rank ahead of the Norwegian capital among the world's leading cities in the maritime industry.

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