embarrassingly profits from the war

Providing energy to Europe has been profitable for Norway for a long time – it is the fourth largest exporter of natural gas in the world. They have become downright indecent since Russia, so far a rival in the supply of energy carriers to Europe, swapped pipelines for weapons. As the war and the ensuing energy crisis drag on, the sums flowing north prove embarrassing. A country that cares about creating its own image in the world as a force for good must counter accusations of profiting from the war, writes The Economist.

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