"In our experience so far, there are many investors looking for these investments and pricing is thus not always as attractive for us," Nicolai Tangen, who started as CEO in September, said at a hearing in parliament on Friday, according to a statement with his prepared remarks.
Norway’s wealth fund, which currently only holds stocks, bonds and real estate, had been lobbying for years to be allowed to add infrastructure to the list of assets it can invest in.
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