If you by that mean 'Country' you better get back to school :-) Denmark is a small country located between the countries of Great Britain, Germany, Sweden and Norway.
No such country "dermark"
Yes, Norway is the second best country in the world next to Iceland according to the World Health Organization
Developed countries have better living conditions than developing counties. They most likely have better health care and better public infrastructure.
Britain, because they are jealous that Australia is a better country
To find a better life: conditions were quite grim in Britain after WWII.
No Norway has a better welfare system and economy then we do in the U.S
Norway is a beautiful country to live with full facilities.Even for all kind and mind of people no one can find better place to live in my mind and i really deserve to live there in noway..............
London is the capital city of Great Britain (better known nowadays as the United Kingdom).
luxenbourg has the highest GDP however Norway is richer socially and has a better quality of life and has the 2nd highest GDP so i would say Norway overall. but if you are talking purely financially it is luxenbourg.
The promise of a better life with economic security
The sentence does not pose a question of grammar, but of sense. Norway is a country, and as such it cannot be an industry. The sentence would be better understood if it read: Norway has had a great fishing industry for a long time.
The Vikings came from Denmark, Sweden and Norway but those places were either too hilly, too sandy or had too many trees. So they invaded Britain for better land. Also Britain had lots of Food and Gold
Because Britain had bandages and to make use of them, they left. To start a better life.
Because ther wasn't enough room for them in the narrow fijords of Norway. Because Britain had more suplies and had better quality in food but mosty because we had more money
Norway has a very good education system. Much better than the U.S. for example.
To answer your question it depends where you are. If you are in the rainforest the conditions would be quite bad but if you aren't they would be better but not buy much because Malaysia is quite a poor country.
In the summer Norway is beautiful with lots of wild fruits and glaciers - it has chocolate box like scenery and very warm welcoming people. In the winter Norway has allot of snow and ice and is very cold. If you like winter sports, especially cross country skying then this is the time to visit.
The same reasons any one does better living conditions, safer living conditions. some people have no choice but to find a new country to live in as a result of political or religious persecution back in the country that they came from.
Laborers eventually won higher wages, shorter hours, and better working conditions :]
Because it was necessary. It is pretty necessary to build up a country and better the living conditions of the people.
In my opinion that answer is in the eye of the beholder. Many people actually think that it is better to live in Norway than to live in United States, much because the government there offers more security, both medically , and financially, but you do get to pay less taxes if you live in the United States, but then again Norway has a higher per capita income than the United States. The ultimate answer though must be if you are an anti-socialist, Norway is a highly Socialistic country, which is something the United States is not.