Iceland's economy sparks into life

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Just four years after Iceland's major banks collapsed and the currency plunged in value, the nation is now being praised by the IMF.

The country has seen a return to strong growth and has spared its citizens many of the austerity measures felt elsewhere in Europe.

Paul Henley reports.

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