May 18, 2011

The Norwegian Employers Association calculates almost as badly as I do

‘The Norwegian Employers Association calculates almost as badly as I do’

Source: http://www.nho.no:80/article23322.html

Næringslivets Hovedorganisasjon in Norweigh has publiced a press release that almost is something ‘not suited for the net’ under the system with information that totally (let’s say) undermine the official Danish immigrants’ costs. Twice the Danish official reports and also recently estimated the costs to less than 20 billion DDK yearly. Now the Norwegians have calculated the costs concerning immigrants’ load in Norweigh to about 60 billion N.kr.

[take into account that our total public budgets are at least 20-30 times smaller than the budget of USA]


It is more than most peculiar taking into account that children born in Norweigh and naturalized is not included in the calculation (that alone shows that 60 bill. N.kr. does not do it), that has become custom all over the Western hemisphere. Add to that a much smaller number of immigrants and their children in Norweigh compared with the number in Denmark. In addition immigrants in Norweigh much more often are employed compared with those in Denmark.

Danish net expenditures concerning immigrants

Precisely five years after we began the blog:  http://Danmark.Wordpress.com   

Thank you Norweigh: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LUtiIMZIVOU

May 18th 2011,

 J. E. Vig, M. Sc. (Economics)

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