Joint Norwegian-Russian Economic Commission in Moscow on 20 April 2017


"Restrictions are usually introduced as preventive measures (for example, against money laundering, corruption, terrorism financing). Trade sanctions, however, create a tension for both the authorities and the business community as they restrict something we all basically want more of, namely trade" - writes Liv Monica Stubholt, partner at the law firm Selmer and NRCC's President, in today's Aftenposten. The full article in Aftenposten (in Norwegian language) can be downloaded by clicking on the link here

In April, Norway’s Minister of Industry and Trade, Monica Mæland, travels to Moscow to resume high-level talks on economic cooperation between the two countries.On Thursday 20 April, Monica Mæland meets Sergey Donskoy, Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of Russia, during the meeting of the Norwegian-Russian Economic Commission in Moscow. NRCC will be represented at the meeting by Liv Monica Stubholt, NRCC Chair of the Board, Jarle Forbord, NRCC managing director, and Rolf Fiskerstrand, NRCC Board member and CEO of Fiskerstrand Shipyard (also acting as representative for Norwegian maritime industry).