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THIS CATALOGUE PLACES THE HESSDALEN PHENOMENA INTO PROPER HISTORICAL AND NATIONAL PERSPECTIVE DURING THE TWO LAST CENTURIES, IN RELATION TO OTHER UNIDENTIFIED EVENTS IN THE COUNTRY.IT IS INTENDED TO SERVE AS A REFERENCE FOR OBSERVATIONAL ANOMALOUS (LUMINOUS AND NON-LUMINOUS, EXPLAINED AND UNEXPLAINED) AERIAL PHENOMENA IN NORWAY.It was renamed A-pressen in 1994, a name which it retained until 2012.The company was originally created to finance Norwegian labour newspapers owned by the labour unions and Labour Party.– There are several we have asked several times before, but have not been able.We therefore have a fairly long list of people we come into contact with.
The corporation also owns and operates a group of printing plants under the brand name Prime Print in Russia.
In the end Sanoma sold their stake, the company was delisted and was then owned by the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions (45,2%), Telenor (44,8%) and the Fritt Ord Foundation (10,1%).
The company sold its 50% stake in TV2 in January 2012.
In 1990 the company was refinanced and transferred to a corporation, with the Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions and the Labour Party as the largest owners.
When A-pressen bought part of TV2, the Labour Party chose to sell their stake in the company, and instead the Møller Gruppen, the Finnish company Sanoma and Telenor bought part of the company and it was listed on the Oslo Stock Exchange.