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Iceland´s negotiating committee introduced it´s summary on Icesave - 12/9/10

Iceland´s negotiation committee introduced in Reykjavík today, Thursday 8. December, it´s summary on the outcome of the recent discussions on Icesave in London with British and Dutch committees on the matter.

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Results of Icesave negotiations presented - 12/9/10

The negotiating committees of Iceland, the UK and the Netherlands met in
London on Wednesday to discuss issues concerning Icesave.
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Icesave discussed in London - 12/8/10

The Icelandic negotiation committee on Icesave is meeting representatives of the British and the Dutch governments today in London in order to continue talks on a possible resolution. 
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Current situation on Icesave-talks - 11/16/10

In light of recent reports in the Icelandic media on an agreement between Iceland, the Netherlands and the UK, the Icelandic Ministry of Finance would like to emphasize that an agreement between the different parties is yet to be finalized.

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Government Policy for Ecological Procurement - 11/9/10

The Government of Iceland's policy on ecological procurement, which has now been adopted, prescribes how to integrate environmental views with good procurement principles for government procurement.

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Meetings on Icesave-issues - 9/6/10

Meetings on Icesave-issues were held in Haag between negotiations committees of Iceland, Britain and The Netherlands, on 2. and 3. September.

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Treasury finances January-May 2010 - 7/9/10

Statistics for Treasury finances in January-May 2010 are now available.

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Treasury finances January-April 2010 - 7/9/10

Statistics for Treasury finances in January-April 2010 are now available.

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The Icesave issue discussed in Reykjavík - 7/2/10

The negotiation committee representing the Icelandic government on the Icesave issue met yesterday and today with representatives of the UK and Dutch governments in Reykjavík for discussions.

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Treasury finances January-March 2010 - 5/12/10

Statistics for Treasury finances in January-March 2010 are now available. Further reading

Treasury finances January-February 2010 - 5/12/10

Statistics for Treasury finances in January-February 2010 are now available. Further reading

Total Treasury debt - 3/16/10

In recent days, there has been some discussion of the debt of the Treasury and its debt management.

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Icesavetalks adjourned - 3/5/10

The Government of Iceland has for the last three weeks been engaged in a dialogue with the Governments of the Netherlands and the United Kingdom, hoping for a resolution of the Icesave matter. Further reading

Meeting on the Icesave matter in London finished - 2/25/10

The Government of Iceland today announced that the latest round of talks with the Netherlands and the United Kingdom regarding the Icesave matter have adjourned without a final resolution. Representatives of the three Governments have been meeting in London for the last two weeks. Further reading

The Icesave issue discussed in London - 2/15/10

The negotiation committee representing the Icelandic government met today with representatives of the UK and Dutch governments in the Icelandic embassy in London. At this meeting the negotiation committee presented a proposal for a new solution to the Icesave dispute, based on the agreement reached between government and opposition parties in the Icelandic parliament Althingi. Further reading

The Minister of Finance the Netherlands and UK Finance Ministers - 1/29/10

The Netherlands and UK Finance Ministers today met the Icelandic Finance Minister, who was accompanied by the leaders of the Independence Party and the Progressive Party. Further reading

Minister of Finance confers with Nordic counterparts - 1/8/10

The Icelandic Minister of Finance, Steingrimur J. Sigfusson, met today with the Norwegian and Danish Finance Ministers, and the Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, and spoke with his Finnish counterpart by telephone. Yesterday he spoke by telephone with the Swedish Minister of Finance.

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