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Interkommunalt selskap or IKS (in English: Intermunicipal company) is a type of municipal or county owned company in Norway. It resembles very closely a Municipal Enterprise (Kommunalt foretak) or County Enterprise, but the IKS requires multiple municipalities and/or counties to be owners. The form is regulated by the Municipal Act. Typical activities organised as IKS's include waterworks, archives, museums and garbage disposal.
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