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Iceland To Form Powerful Alliance With Canada, Crush Enemies [Canada]

Iceland is currently considering adopting the Canadian loonie as their official currency, and Canada is ready to talk. Iceland's current currency, the krona, has taken a beating since the country's economy collapsed in 2008. The country has slowly been rebuilding the past few years, though the krona has remained volatile. More »
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