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The answer is in the question.

In Norway, EU pros and cons (the cons still win) - Europe - International Herald Tribune

OSLO Jens Stoltenberg, the recently installed leftist prime minister of Norway, believes that his country should join the European Union. So do some of his rivals on the right. Even the often euroskeptical populists today say they are neutral.

So why is this increasingly wealthy North European nation remaining outside the fold at a time of broadening European integration?

So another country ruled by an out of touch leftist and children can you guess why they are happy to not be part of the sclerotic EU morass but continue to enjoy free trade with Europe and whoever else they choose?

Hat tip EU Referendum and another source I have forgotten..

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It's the way the question's put "So why is this increasingly wealthy North European nation remaining outside the fold at a time of broadening European integration?"

Increasingly wealthy? Of course they'd want to join the EU, who wouldn't under such circumstances....?

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