OECD Economic Surveys Iceland 2017

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OECD Economic Surveys  Iceland 2017

OECD Economic Surveys Iceland 2017

Iceland is the OECD's fastest growing economy. It has made a remarkable turnaround from the crisis, helped by booming tourism, prudent economic policies and a favourable external environment. Iceland has an egalitarian society with strong trade unions, very low inequality and high gender balance.

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