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Articles from Nordic Business Report (November 28, 2002)

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Aker Kvaerner wins evaluation contract in the Gulf of Mexico. Brief Article 120
Author receives two Swedish prizes. Brief Article 111
BioTie Therapies Oyj lays off 16 employees. Brief Article 154
CorrOcean ASA wins new Thunder Horse contract. Brief Article 121
Danionics A/S reports nine-month loss of DKK60.86m. Brief Article 114
Danish economy robust, says central bank. Brief Article 105
Eidsiva Rederi ASA posts nine-month loss of NOK13.1m. Brief Article 133
Elisa Communications Oyj to improve profitability in 2003. Brief Article 121
Eltek Energy AS selected preferred supplier by Nortel Networks Ltd. Brief Article 112
Finnish GDP up 1.9% year-on-year in September. Brief Article 106
Finnish stock exchange may allow trade in Swedish shares. Brief Article 145
Former Finnish president says referendum on NATO possible. Brief Article 122
Kopparbergs Bryggeri AB and Tsingtao Brewery Co Ltd expand cooperation. Brief Article 101
OM denies rumours of plans to sell Stockholm stock exchange. Brief Article 107
Poll results make SV third largest party in Norway. Brief Article 114
Scana Industrier ASA posts Q3 loss of NOK24m. Brief Article 115
Skanska Innisfree consortium secures financing for GBP484m hospital project in the UK. Brief Article 183
Sund & Baelt Holding A/S posts nine-month loss of DKK983m. Brief Article 146
Suomi Group signs two cooperation agreements in Poland. 111
Swedes evenly split on euro issue in new poll. Brief Article 130
Swedish trade surplus down in October. Brief Article 117
SwitchCore AB signs partnership agreement with China's Huawei Technologies. Brief Article 125
Telelogic AB signs four-year licence deal with Friends Provident Life and Pensions Ltd. Brief Article 127
Telia to deliver mobile services to ABB. Brief Article 105
TietoEnator sells personnel system to Swedish city. Brief Article 124
Tivoli A/S posts first-half pre-tax result of DKK69.6m. Brief Article 104
Tomra Systems ASA wins reverse vending machines order in Israel. Brief Article 141

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