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Norway would like to lend more money to the IMF

Wednesday, 01 February 2012
The Norwegian government wants to lend more money to the International Monetary Fund, in addition to Nkr55 billion previously borrowed out to the organisation.


According to the Norwegian business dial, Dagens Næringsliv, the factor influencing the rise in the loans is that the Norwegian Prime Minister, Jens Stoltenberg sees the EU’s new euro pact as a move that will encourage economic improvement in the euro zone and might help solve the staling euro economies and its political inability to seek leadership in resolving the crisis.
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