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EU looks to cut Norwegian customs duties on pizza, chocolate and soups

The previous round of discussions was stopped by Norway in December 2014.

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The European Union is looking to open new negotiations with Norway in order to lower customs duties on finished products such as pizza, chocolate, soups and sauces. While the EU already sells such goods to Norway for billions of kroner per year, it still believes that exports are hindered by high Norwegian customs.

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