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Iceland’s Economy Discussed in New York Conference

A conference entitled “The Icelandic Economy and Outlook” will be held in the Scandinavia House – the Nordic Center in America in New York on Tuesday, organized by the Icelandic-American Chamber of Commerce (IACC).

Among speakers is Iceland’s Minister of Business Affairs Gylfi Magnússon, Deputy Division Chief of IMF’s European Department, Mission Chief for Iceland Mark Flanagan, CEO of Icelandair Birkir Hólm Gudnason and Professor of Professional Practice, Finance and Economics, Columbia Business School David O. Beim.

The Icelandic American Chamber of Commerce is a membership organization founded in New York in 1986. The chamber promotes the development of business and trade between the United States and Iceland through membership networking events, business conferences and other occasions in which leaders of the business and government participate.

For further information and to register to the conference, email [email protected].

Click here to read more about the program.

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