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ICC status report on the Icelandic economy

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From the collapse of the Icelandic banks in October 2008, the Icelandic Chamber of Commerce has regularly published a status report of the Icelandic economy. Here is the press release to latest one and here is the report itself.

This time, the report comes in an extended and improved version – everything you ever wanted to know about Iceland in facts and figures regarding the economy, info re the EU membership application process, Icesave, competitiveness, the IMF programme etc.

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Written by Sigrún Davídsdóttir

April 15th, 2011 at 1:51 pm

Posted in Iceland

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  1. Thanks, will save this as a source of info


    16 Apr 11 at 8:10 pm

  2. I glanced through the report. It paints a Pollyannaish view of the economy, a few scattered remarks about potential dangers notwithstanding. I don’t put much store by economic forecasts.

    On a different note: the Icesave brouhaha seems to have eclipsed the cast of characters (Jon Asgeir et al) who were behind the Icelandic debacle. One hardly hears about them these days.

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