Norwegian infrastructure investments: Business opportunities for foreign companies
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2w ago
Total investments in Norway remain at a solid level relative to previous years. The public investments outlined in the National Transport Plan 2022 – 2033 count to a total of NOK 1 200 billion. A new National Transport Plan for the 2025 -2036 period is expected in 2024. Substantial investments in Norwegian infrastructure create opportunities for foreign business in the energy and construction sector ..read more
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Agreement on ground rent tax for wind power in the Parliament
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2M ago
Changes in the draft law after the consensus in the Parliament ..read more
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Employment agreements - changes on minimum requirements
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by Sigbjørn Edøy - Associate Lawyer
3M ago
The purpose of these changes is to create more predictable and secure working conditions for employees, particularly those in part-time or temporary positions. This is justified by the current evolution and need for adaptability in the labor market ..read more
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New and upcoming changes in Norwegian Labor Law
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by Sigbjørn Edøy - Associate Lawyer
3M ago
Clarification of the definition of an “employee” Effective January 1, 2024, the definition of an employee will change. Currently, the law defines an employee as "anyone who performs work in someone else's service," according to section 1-8 of the Norwegian Working Environment Act. After the amendment, an employee will be defined as "anyone who performs work for and is subordinate to another ..read more
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New rules on approval of staffing enterprises from 2024
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by Elin Andreassen - Associate Lawyer
3M ago
This means that staffing enterprises that provide labor leasing services in Norway and are already registered must obtain approval from the Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority (Arbeidstilsynet) to operate legally. The new application form will be made available in November 2023 ..read more
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Transfer pricing: when doing business in Norway.
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4M ago
When planning to do business in Norway, a foreign company will always have to consider tax-related questions. In relation to this, the company might have Transfer pricing obligations ..read more
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Transfer pricing: Deciding factors when choosing a method.
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by Amalie Gjerde Utheim - Associate Lawyer
4M ago
In this article, we will review some important points for the preparation of the documentation, and key elements when choosing a transfer pricing method ..read more
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Why choose Magnus Legal as your corporate law firm
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by Marit Monsen
4M ago
As a challenger, we must be continuously sharp and motivated, to maintain our position. Our reputation has been meticulously crafted, with the aim that our clients always should be satisfied with the work we deliver ..read more
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The road ahead and government enforcement
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6M ago
In July 2022 the Norwegian Transparency Act came into effect, requiring all “larger enterprises”, as defined by the Act, operating in Norway to publish a written Due Diligence Report, assessing the risk of negative impacts to fundamental human rights and decent working conditions throughout their business and supply chain ..read more
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Tender for public contracts in Norway
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6M ago
“The annual value of Norwegian public procurement is estimated at more than NOK 600 billion.” The marketplace is substantial, and both Norwegian and foreign entities can participate in public tenders. So how do you find relevant public contracts to tender for in Norway ..read more
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