Iceland's Gunnlaugsson on Recovery, Bank Creditors

Jan. 23 (Bloomberg) -- Iceland's Prime Minister Sigmundur D. Gunnlaugsson talks about his government's accomplishments, Iceland's recovery following the 2008 economic collapse and efforts by bank creditors to have the government lift the island's capital controls which are blocking about $7.2 billion in assets from being offloaded. Gunnlaugsson spoke with Bloomberg's Omar R. Valdimarsson in Reykjavik yesterday. (Source: Bloomberg)

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30:23 - Charles Newsome, of Investec Wealth & Investment, discusses his thoughts on investing. He speaks with Guy Johnson on Bloomberg Television’s “On The Move.” (Source: Bloomberg)
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