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ICELAND GEOTHERMAL

…reassessment of the potential of its geothermal field, 25 km east of the Icelandic capital, in an isolated, unpopulated area on the slopes of the Hengill volcano. A bank memorandum…

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SCANDINAVIAN FEATURE

…geographical isolation. Last year a single case was brought up in an Icelandic court related to money laundering, involving funds from drug dealing. Is money laundering a serious issue in…

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ICELAND EFTA CASE

…the directive to be written into Icelandic law. It also follows the sending of a ‘letter of formal notice’ that Iceland was in breach of the legislation. The authority claimed…

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FISH FEATURE

…the cod eaten in the UK comes from further afield: from Icelandic waters and the North Atlantic.” New sources of fish For the EU generally, some two thirds of all…

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ICELAND LIBERALISATION

…directives as a member of the European Economic Area. The directive requires a clear division between energy producers and energy distributors. However, the Icelandic energy market is almost entirely based…

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ICELAND PLANT

…planned for the Icelandic highlands, would involve the construction of a big dam, which will flood large areas of Europe’s small supplies of untouched wilderness. It has caused a furore…

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ICELAND LIBERALISATION

…directives as a member of the European Economic Area. The directive requires a clear division between energy producers and energy distributors. However, the Icelandic energy market is almost entirely based…

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ICELAND IMPORTER

Keith NuthallAN ICELANDIC drinks importer could win compensation from the Iceland government, after the European Free Trade Area Court found that Reykjavik had broken the rules of the European Economic…

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ICELAND CASE

BY KEITH NUTHALLAN ICELANDIC drinks importer could win compensation from the Iceland government, after the European Free Trade Area Court found that Reykjavik had broken the rules of the European…

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CORRUPTION

…offence to launder property or money obtained from bribing a government official overseas. Icelandic law also allows bribery of public officials – at home and abroad – to be punished…

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