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Norwegian industry optimistic about 2012

Nearly fifty per cent of Norwegian industrial firms believe they will have higher income in 2012 than last year, despite uncertainty and unrest in the international economy, according to TNS Gallup.

According to the poll, 45 per cent of the 1478 companies asked replied that they will earn more money in 2012 than the year before.

Sixteen per cent believe they will earn less.

 

Asked about expected turnover, the result is the same: 48 per cent believe in an increase, Aftenposten reports.

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