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Danish car sharing firm expands abroad

Car sharing company GreenMobility is ready to launch its concept in Norway's capital.

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Public car sharing company GreenMobility is ready to extend beyond its home turf of Denmark and venture into Norway.

The company has signed a letter of intent with Norwegian State Railways (NSB) for GreenMobility to establish its concept of electric car sharing in Oslo, the firm announced in a press release last week.

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