Born Modest. Wore Off.
There is no question in my mind (and I have a bit of experience, just a bit, with the visa stuff) that a Frozen attraction would qualify as "Norway" content for the purpose of these visas. If Disney is cutting back on the staff, it's not because "Arendelle" doesn't count as "Norway", it's because the attraction will be closed for a year (or more) and therefore no staff is needed to run it during that time.Nevertheless all the evidence points towards it. To me the biggest clue that Norway is for the chop seems to be that point made earlier about no more Cultural Representatives being sent out for attractions or merchandise after this month.
We can deduce a lot from this. One of the strict terms of the Q visas the participants get is that they can only be hired to directly represent the country in which they are working, which is their home country. Nobody is allowed to work anywhere outside their pavilion, or represent anywhere else, and this is strictly enforced by the US government.
If the only people still being hired are for foods, we can assume that Akershus and the bakery, along with the front of the pavilion, are safe, but the whole back area with the shops and Maelstrom is being turned into Arrendale. If they were doing that, legally they couldn't hire Norwegians to man the roles (as they would be representing a fictional country rather than their own), so would have to freeze (ho-ho) the hiring process, and that appears to be exactly what they've done.