If Iceland can do it, shouldn't others?
Fitch said Iceland's debts had been upgraded to BBB from junk after a strong recovery from the financial crisis.
Reykjavik's meteoric recovery comes after its 300,000 residents were told they would be locked out of the world's financial markets for decades after they refused to rescue a group of bankrupt banks in 2008.
Unlike Ireland, Portugal and Spain, the Icelandic government let the country's banks become insolvent rather than spend tens of billions of pounds on bailout funds.
Ireland, which spent more than €40bn rescuing its banks, recently re-negotiated a series of loans with the EU that will mean its debt payments stretch beyond 2050.
In the meantime, U.S. and European citizens are still paying for the bailouts of banks that are STILL TBTF.
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