Norway's new government maintains oil subsidy

The country's new prime minister, Jonas Gahr Støre, and the rest of the government have decided that Norway will spend as much money on oil as the former administration, shows Norway's new state budget.


Often enough, changes in government do little to alter the status quo.

This is well illustrated in the case of Norway's new government – a coalition of the Labour and Centre Parties, with Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre representing the former – which is set to release the national budget around noon Monday local time.

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