The Icelandic Economy 2020

The ICoC has published the 2020 edition of the report The Icelandic Economy which gives a unique and comprehensive overview of the Icelandic economy. Like before, the report covers the structure, current situation and future outlook of the economy. Additionally, this year’s edition describes in detail the impact of COVID-19 on the economy.

The ICoC has published the 2020 edition of the report The Icelandic Economy which gives a unique and comprehensive overview of the Icelandic economy. Like before, the report covers the structure, current situation and future outlook of the economy. Additionally, this year’s edition describes in detail the impact of COVID-19 on the economy.

Topics covered include: 

  • State of key economic indicators and recent macroeconomic developments
  • External trade, financial flows and international investment position
  • Main export industries
  • Financial markets
  • Monetary policy, fiscal policy and other institutional frameworks
  • The impact of COVID-19 so far
  • Iceland’s competitiveness going forward
  • Potential investments, in infrastructure and other

The Icelandic economy has undergone drastic changes in recent years and for a small open economy it is important to frequently convey useful information to stakeholders. Therefore, the report is sent to thousands of recipients in business, governmental administration and other organisations around the world, in addition to being freely available online.

The Chamber also offers a presentation visit to interested parties and printed copies for sale upon request. Please contact konrad@vi.is for further information.

Preview from the report

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