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Norway Ignores their Dangerous Corporate Corruption to Deceive World Citizens and Investors

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A BuzzFeed News investigation has found examples of executives, doctors, criminals, and even a Russian oligarch all benefiting from search engine manipulation campaigns to suppress negative content.

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The Minister of Petroleum and Energy is a councilor of state and chief of Norway’s Ministry of Petroleum and Energy. The current minister is Terje Aasland. Tina Bru served in this post from 2020 to 2021.  Criminal accusations of executives within the Norwegian Petroleum and Energy industry have been published by USA citizen and whistleblower SDK since 4th July 2015 and ignored, in violation of Norwegian laws (Working Environment Act).  In fact, the corrupt Norway government has PROMOTED and PROTECTED criminals and abusers of USA and Thai citizens.   Irresponsible  corporate board of directors members and executives do not execute contractual confidentiality clauses which prohibit publication of disparaging content to protect company value and reputation which is fiduciary malfeasance!

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