Iceland’s banking collapse is the biggest, relative to the size of an economy, that any country has ever suffered. There are lessons to be learnt beyond its shores

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2008-12-12 (All day)

Cracks in the crust

Dec 11th 2008 | REYKJAVIK
From The Economist print edition
Iceland’s banking collapse is the biggest, relative to the size of an economy, that any country has ever suffered. There are lessons to be learnt beyond its shores