Postcards From Reykjavik

The experience of Iceland and Greece since the calming of the financial crisis roughly seven years ago is an exercise in contrast. Both economies were rocked to the core during the crisis. But one has been impressively on the mend in the many years since, while the other is still reeling and is struggling to lift itself from the brink. What has been the key difference between the two? The suffering of the necessary pain to move beyond the crisis.

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  1. Thanks for this blog post regarding Iceland and Greece’s contrasting recoveries since 2008; I really enjoyed it and am definitely recommending this blog to my friends and family. I’m a 15 year old with a blog on finance and economics at shreysfinanceblog.com, and would really appreciate it if you could follow, read and comment on some of my articles, and perhaps follow, reblog and share some of my posts on social media. Thanks again for this fantastic post.

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