by Terje Solsvik (Reuters) – Norway’s decision to suspend the planned sale of a maritime engine maker to Russia’s TMH Group is a matter of “serious concern” and suggests possible anti-Russian sentiment, the Russian embassy in Oslo told Reuters.
Norway on Tuesday ordered Britain’s Rolls-Royce Holdings to pause the sale of Bergen Engines to TMH while the government assesses national security implications for its navy and the civilian sector.
“(TMH) is a well-known major private company that has quite a number of international assets and has been working in the international market for a long time,” the Russian embassy said in a statement to Reuters.
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