Supported by Norad's matchmaking program, Kongsberg Industri sold its production equipment for wrenches to the Indian company Toptek Hardware. As this production failed to turn a profit at the beginning of the '90s, the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation Norad helped the enterprise to find a partner in India that could manufacture the wrenches under license.
However, no matter how you look at it, Norad's support benefited Norad matchmaking first and foremost, while Toptek had to pay the price for an agreement which almost immediately turned out to be worthless. Norad norad matchmaking the transfer of production to India with more than NOKThe municipality of Kongsberg was the principal stockholder of Kongsberg Industri.
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The agreement between Innovation Norway and Norad for establishing the Bangladesh Matchmaking Programme (BMMP) was signed in.