Greece, Ireland Can’t Copy Icelandic Default, Sigfusson SaysOmar R. Valdimarsson
Iceland is warning Greece and Ireland not to copy its recovery model even though the Atlantic island managed a return to international debt markets less than three years after letting its banks default on $85 billion.
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