Establishing a Business Entity in Norway (Updated)

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1. Different Business Entities -

1.1 Introduction and outline -

Enterprises in Norway may be organized in several ways; the most common are limited liability companies, partnerships, and sole proprietorship.

When selecting the appropriate business form in Norway, the choices are mainly between the above mentioned three structures. If the activities are of a non-profit or voluntary nature, a club, association, or foundation may also be an alternative.

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