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Tourists on a guided hike on Sólheimajökull glacier, Iceland. Revenue from tourism has helped Iceland rebound from the 2008 crisis (photo: William Gray/JAI/Corbis)

Iceland Makes Strong Recovery from 2008 Financial Crisis

March 13, 2015

Iceland has rebounded after the 2008/9 crisis and will soon surpass pre-crisis output levels with strong performance in tourism and fisheries. Debt ratios are down, balance sheets have broadly been restored, and the financial sector is back on track although some important items remain on the docket.click for more

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