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GERMAN COMPANY MAKES FIBRE FROM ICELANDIC SEAWEED IMPARTING HEALTH BENEFITS

A GERMAN fibre company is seeking to demonstrate how the cleansing and nourishing properties of seaweed can protect the skin of people wearing garments made from fibres embedded with this…

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INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – TRADE WARS THREATEN CONFECTIONERY AND SWEET BAKERY SECTOR

…of an Icelandic dairy yoghurt-style snack called ‘skyr’ that can be exported to the EU from 380 tonnes today to 4,000 tonnes in four years’ time. It will also increase…

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EU/WTO INTERNATIONAL REGULATORY ROUND UP – EU-MEXICO TRADE DEAL TO HELP FOOD EXPORTERS

…coming into force between the EU and Iceland will increase the amount of an Icelandic dairy yoghurt-style snack called ‘skyr’ exported to the EU from 380 tonnes today to 4,000…

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EIB FUNDS EXPANSION OF ICELAND’S HUB AS COUNTRY’S TOURIST BOOM CONTINUES

ICELAND airport operator Isavia has borrowed Icelandic Krona ISK12.5 billion (EUR100 million) from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to help finance renovations and capacity improvements at the country’s Keflavik International…

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EIB FUNDS EXPANSION OF ICELAND’S HUB AS COUNTRY’S TOURIST BOOM CONTINUES

ICELAND airport operator Isavia has borrowed Icelandic Krona ISK12.5 billion (EUR100 million) from the European Investment Bank (EIB) to help finance renovations and capacity improvements at the country’s Keflavik International…

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ICELAND NEEDS TO BUILD A MORE EFFECTIVE AML/CFT SYSTEM, SAYS FATF

…to stem dirty money flows. In a comprehensive review, the global AML body noted that while Icelandic financial regulators had been effective between 2008 and 2015 in cleaning up complex…

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FARMERS TO PROMOTE UNIQUE TASTE OF ICELANDIC LAMB

…the industry viable. “We believe that the Icelandic lamb is waiting to be discovered abroad,” the spokesman said. Icelandic sheep formerly common in northwestern Europe are now found in very…

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COUNTRIES MULL CARBON NEUTRALITY IN WAKE OF PARIS CLIMATE CONFERENCE – BUT WILL THEY ACHIEVE IT?

…compared to 1990 levels”. This is even though Icelandic energy/electricity is almost exclusively, hydropower (70%) and geothermal energy (30%). Landsvirkjun, the national energy company is now also proposing to establish…

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UK FOOD COMPANIES EXPORTING TO EU FACE RISKS OF PAYING DUTIES IF BREXIT FOLLOWED THROUGH

…and Icelandic products such as cheese, meats, shellfish, fruit and vegetables, for instance. Examples include 2.4% duties on smoked crab products; and 4.2% and 12% on shrimps and prawns. But…

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CHINESE TOURISTS SENSE OF ROMANCE, PRESTIGE AND ADVENTURE ATTRACT THEM TO GREECE

…ability to timely beget a child,” said Wang, explaining his travel decisions. To boot, he believes “the term ‘honeymoon’ originates in Greece.”   The Icelandic portion is made popular by…

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