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Norway's PM warns currency instability is a threat to economy

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Prime MInister Solberg says that it is not good for a country to have an unstable currency in the long run because it also needs to be able to plan long term when dealing with investments.

Oslo

AS the currency of one of the world's richest nations becomes increasingly difficult to trade, the government is starting to worry about the economic fallout.

Prime Minister Erna Solberg says the rapid weakening of Norway's kroner will only provide short-term relief to western

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