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Hamleys posts 40% rise in profits Hamleys, the toy retailer with seven UK outlets including its flagship store in Regent Street, London, credited Cars 2 and Harry Potter as it posted a 40 per cent rise in annual profits to 2.3m yesterday. The company,
Gunnarsson told Morgunbladid the situation in healthcare clinics around the country is poor and specialist positions are understaffed. He continued to say that an imminent collapse of the healthcare system is impending and it cannot survive further
EDT Iceland's method of coping with the financial crisis had a brutal charm about it. In essence, the country hoisted its middle finger to the owners of bank bonds, and a few other people it owed money to, and walked away.
Last month officials responsible for winding up failed Icelandic bank Landsbanki started an auction for a 67 per cent stake in frozen food specialist Iceland.
The International Monetary Fund said Friday it had okayed a sixth tranche of $225 million in financing for Iceland, citing Reykjavik's "impressive progress" in post-crisis restructuring. The IMF said Iceland's economy would likely return to growth
Iceland may have to dig deeper after it emerged as one of the strongest performing chains in latest industry sales figures released yesterday. The grocery market update from Kantar Worldpanel showed that Iceland's sales increased by 5.7 per cent in
The collapse of Iceland's financial system sent the economy into a tailspin and forced the government to go to the International Monetary Fund and Nordic neighbours for cash. However, an ongoing dispute with Britain and the Netherlands over more than
Iceland's government faces limited financial risks from the failure of online bank Icesave, the International Monetary Fund said Thursday. Iceland's prime minister, Johanna Sigurdardottir, announced in April that the country would begin to repay
Apr 2011 Central Bank deposits surge in Q1 Increase followed sharp rise in CDs and deposits by banks boosted its deposits with banks abroad by nearly Dh20 billion in the first quarter of 2011 after a sharp rise in deposits by banks and certificates
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