January 12, 2014

Looking for Lessons in Iceland's Recovery

Guido Mingels, Der Spiegel

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In 2008, Iceland experienced one of the most dramatic crashes any country had ever seen. Since then, its recovery has been just as impressive. Are there lessons to be learned? SPIEGEL went to the island nation to find out.

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