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Norway Announces Massive Withdrawals From Sovereign Wealth Fund To Cover Deficits

Back in August, we noted that, for the first time since it's creation in 1996, the Norwegian government had started raiding its sovereign wealth fund to cover government deficits. Now, as noted by Bloomberg, the Nordic country has revealed plans to massively increase withdrawals by over 25% in 2017, to $15 billion. The money would be used to cover Norway's budget hole that’s expected to be roughly 8% of GDP.
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