Norwegian Krone

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Norwegian Krone

The currency of Norway. Originally issued in 1875 when Norway joined the (now defunct) Scandinavian Monetary Union, it was a gold standard currency, off and on, until it became pegged to the British pound in 1931. After World War II, it maintained its peg to the pound, which was itself pegged to the U.S. dollar. It was later pegged to the dollar directly. In 1992, it became a floating currency.
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He said: "The offer should have advertised free flights from Norway to London Stansted, while the price for Glasgow Prestwick was in fact 20 Norwegian kroner on that day.
An increasing proportion of TANDBERG Television's business is conducted in currencies other than the Norwegian kroner, especially in US $'s.
The companies expect to achieve annual costs savings of about 185 million Norwegian kroner following the deal.
9% to 7,657,000 Norwegian Kroner from 7,971,000 Norwegian Kroner during the third quarter of fiscal 2002.
dollar, euro, Japanese yen, Hong Kong dollar and Norwegian kroner.
Scope of quantity or scope: On the basis of previous years~ acquisitions may, without prejudice to the client, the acquisition value of the contract period (4 years) is estimated at between NOK 17 000 000 and 22 000 000 Norwegian kroner (incl.
6% to 6,572,000 Norwegian Kroner from 10,373,000 Norwegian Kroner during the first quarter of fiscal 2002.
03 percent stake and subsequently launched a mandatory offer to buy all remaining shares for 236 Norwegian Kroner (NOK) each.
The project has a budget of 3 million Norwegian kroner including inflation, paint / molding of the organ.
3% to 4,962,000 Norwegian Kroner in the second quarter of fiscal 2002 from 13,143,000 Norwegian Kroner during the second quarter of fiscal 2001.
7% to 6,761,000 Norwegian Kroner from 7,657,000 Norwegian Kroner during the third quarter of fiscal 2003.
Our oil revenues in 2012 correspond to around 75,000 Norwegian kroner US$ 13,000 per citizen.

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