Iceland's woes could spell new trouble for Europe

08/13/2013 | CNNMoney/Fortune

Five years after a spectacular collapse that foreshadowed the global financial crisis, Iceland's economy is sputtering again. Currency controls put in place to shield the island nation from economic meltdown are crumbling, and analysts fear a second financial collapse is imminent. "If it begins to falter, the rest of Europe could be next," Cyrus Sanati writes.

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