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Life Is Good For Norwegians, But Tourists Pay Price

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NPR's Eleanor Beardsley brings us a postcard from pricey Norway where a glass wine at dinner cost her the equivalent of $30. Norwegians have one of the highest living standards in the world and live in a society protected by oil and gas reserves. Life is nice for Norwegians, but tourist beware.
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