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Profiles of Norway Customs Data (NOCD)
 

Norway Customs Data (NOCD) is also called Norway Import and Export Data, or Norway Customs Import and Export Data, Norway Trade Data.

   
Contents of Norway Customs Data (NOCD)
 

There are 23 Columns (fields) in Norway Customs Data (NOCD): Reporting Country, Trade Flow, HS Code, Month, Partner countries, Value, Quantity, Price, Partner continents, Product Description, Product in Chinese, Unit Value, Unit Quantity, Unit Value in Chinese, Unit Quantity in Chinese, PaymentTerms, Year, Source, Partner countries in Chinese, Partner continents in Chinese, Partner Country Code, Reporting Country Code, Reporting Country in Chinese.

   
Norway Customs Data (NOCD) Sample
 

Norway Customs Data (NOCD) Sample

   
Service Process:
  1) Please send the information you ask us to service, including 6-digit HS Code, periods you order,
    and trade type ( import, export, or import & export);
  2) We send sample and quotation via email;
  3) We both sides agree on price and service content; We send invoice;
  4) After received the invoice we sent, you remit according to the payment route in the invoice,
    and send the remittance copy to us via fax or email;
  5) After received remittance copy you sent, we send past data in 1 workdays, and send the last-month data
    at the end of every future month;
 

Name: Norge (Norway); Formal Name: Kingdom of Norway
Location: Europe
Capital City: Oslo
Main Cities: Bergen, Trondheim, Stavanger
Population: 4,844,000
Area: 323,900 km2
Currency: 1 Norwegian krone = 100 ?re
Languages: Norwegian, small amount of Lapp and Finnish
Religions: Lutheran

Though it joined the European Free Trade Association, Norway rejected joining the European Union (EU) as its citizens and government remain hesitant and protective, and they refuse to lose their fishing rights and change their standard of living. In fact, Norway still has the highest standard of living in the modern world.

 
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