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China slinging salmon on the Internet lures Norway seafood fund

China slinging salmon on the Internet lures Norway seafood fund

March 26, 2017

OSLO, March 26 — China is the next market to conquer for Norwegian salmon and this seafood investor. “China is too big to ignore,” Hogne I. Tyssoy, portfolio manager of the Holberg Triton fund, said in an interview in Oslo on Tuesday. “Now when it’s opening again, Norwegian seafood has an exciting future in China.” Trade relations between China and Norway were normalised in December, ending a six-year freeze that began after the Norwegian Nobel Committee awarded the... Read more

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