Can Ireland learn lessons from Iceland's economic crisis?
For the past week, the financial crisis in Ireland has been dominating the headlines.
But just over two years ago attention was focused on another small European country, which had also shown stellar growth on the back of a credit boom.
Iceland was also forced to seek help from international lenders to avert a financial meltdown.
On Thursday the central bank will issue an update on the progress made in restoring stability to the economy.
The BBC's Theo Leggett asks if there are lessons here for Ireland.
25 Nov 2010
- From the section Business