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Our finanspolitikere shows in these critical days great vigour and evident leadership. They deserve praise and support.
They also deserves good advice: Our proposal is to align the packages so that they create a quick effect on employment.
Koronakrisen creates almost unreal conditions for all of us. Everything is turned on its head. Also in Parliament. Where the burn of far more than 100 billion with minimal processing requirements and rekordkorte political processes.
the state of emergency has opened up for a spending money we barely have seen before. We are the followers of such a “frislipp”. But even more important is that the measures be designed to ensure that they provide the basis for long-term sustainable growth in the Uk. Here can infrastructure play a key role, and not least when it comes to employment in a time where we are threatened by the massearbeidsledighet.
Our concrete suggestions is to put Norwegian entrepreneurs able to start the work of road construction projects that now stand on hold.
the Measures must be designed so that they provide the basis for long-term sustainable growth in the Uk.
the Norwegian public roads administration and New Roads must be given the opportunity to design the missions so that they can start up as quickly as possible and with the least possible risk for infection. It means that a need to quickly phase in the Norwegian local actors.
the Economy must gradually returns to normal, and we can faster get started if we divide up a large project into many small, local and controlled assignments. With strict routines for hygiene, such smaller projects will probably very quickly start up. the
Part up major projects. A simple and effective means to keep the construction industry with 90 000 employees in time, is to divide up the contracts that are ready to be advertised, so that local contractors can perform them.
Norwegian entrepreneurs able to start the work of road construction projects that now stand on hold.
A very positive move by the Norwegian anleggsbransje has historically been that smaller entrepreneurs have been able to grow bigger. Many are still small, and some have gradually been able to challenge the big riksentreprenørene.
This has led to the Norwegian entreprenørbransjen still is far more varied than for example in Sweden, where a few contractors dominate the market. Now we must all try to see it as an opportunity that can create significant positive ripple effects locally.
In the present situation, we are therefore prepared to carry out the projects that are planned. It will quickly create increased employment and growth, at the same time as smittefare be reduced in that it is small and local projects.
To share the missions of the smaller contracts can quickly get laid off workers in the job.
North Norway expect to get the advertised Hålogalandsvegen and Rv. 94 Hammerfest.
In central Norway is the E6 the Hill to the north – Maere, and E39 Lønset – Hjelset “gryteklar”.
Western are waiting E39 Rogfast, E39 Ålgård – Kristiansand, Rv. 555 Sotra liaison projects in Nordhordlandspakken, E39 Vågsbotn – Kaluvaneset, E16 Ringsveg east, Arna – Vågsbotn, E134 Vågsli – Røldal and E39 Myrmel – Lunde.
These contracts was planned for the put out. To share the missions of the smaller contracts can quickly get laid off workers in the job. That this can be done in a time where foreigners can’t be in the competition, will also give positive effects in the Uk when the crisis is over.
This will give smaller businesses the opportunity to grow. It is due to be the main supplier in the greater degree helps to raise the level of skills in the company, compared with to be a subcontractor.
When the crisis is over has several contractors gained experience and expertise in this type of projects than before the crisis.
It will also ensure smaller contractors work as subcontractors at a time when the option will reach the fort would be that the expense of the state via Welfare on projects placed on ice. The small contractors are an important part of our national preparedness, and it can have many negative consequences of the crisis go bankrupt.
This will give smaller businesses the opportunity to grow.
We look at the crisis as an opportunity to build the infrastructure that ensures other businesses good transport routes, build skills that will benefit the country for good in the future and ensure increased employment in rural areas. This should happen through Norwegian companies, owned by norwegians living in Norway.
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