02:26 Aug 28, 2000
Norwegian to English translations [PRO]
Norwegian term or phrase: norge
la norvege met en oeuver des reformes de son commerce exterieur et renforce son attchement au systeme de commerce multilateral.
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Francis Aubert
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Randi Stenstrop



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I take it that what you want is not a translation of Norge - which is Norwegian for Norway but of the sentence below, which is in French. It says:

Norway is implementing foreign trade reforms and strengthening her involvement in the multilateral system of commerce.

Randi Stenstrop
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Norge is simply the norwegian name of the country. Actually, since there are two official forms of Norwegian (bokmål and nynorsk), there are also two names for the country: Norge (bokmål) and Noreg (nynorsk).

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