The Boxer Protocol was the settlement made in 1901 after the Boxer Rebellion in China. The victors, consisting of eight major Western powers, got large indemnities from the Chinese government, as well as other concessions.
According to the Wikipedia article on the protocol, however, Norway got 0.025% (or maybe 0.0025%, the article is unclear) of the indemnity. The article does not say why, or whether the debt was waived by Norway later. So my questions are:
Why was Norway included in the settlement?
Was the money eventually paid in full? If not, why not?
Note: Norway shared a King and foreign policy with Sweden until 1905. It had independence in most domestic affairs, but this looks a lot like foreign affairs and hence it might be that the Norwegian part followed from some Swedish involvement. My question still stands, though.