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Norway: A Handbook for New Residents

Norway: A Handbook for New Residents (Paperback)

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This is the 2nd updated edition of this comprehensive A-Z handbook. It is designed for easy access to key facts about Norway, many with references to additional printed and online publications for further information. It is a ready reference for new and established residents as well as for students and professionals on long-term assignment. It contains full of valuable and hard-to-find information - the author has consulted with more than 500 experts in compiling this fascinating book.The book includes two indexes, one in English and one in Norwegian, so you can rapidly find facts starting from either language. It covers 47 aspects of living, working, studying and staying in Norway in over 1,000 encyclopaedia-style entries including subjects such as: arriving and settling; banking, insurance and money matters; business and work; cars, roads and traffic; clothing, footwear and fashion; education, science and technology; food and eating; government, politics and administration; healthcare and social security; housing; law, lawyers and courts; pets and animals; retirement; sport and leisure; and travel and transport.

Health & WellbeingAdvice on the stages of lifeReference & ResearchAdvice GuidesLiving & working abroad Publisher: How To Books Ltd Publication Date: 26/02/2010 ISBN-13: 9781845283155  Details: Type: Paperback Format: Books
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M. Michael Brady has lived and worked in Norway for years. He has written and translated more than 20 books and nearly 1000 magazine and newspaper articles on Norwegian themes. He is a member of the Norwegian Non-Fiction Writers and Translators Association (NFF).

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