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Capital controls are government actions designed to restrict flows of capital out of, or into, a country.
Iceland returns to financial normality
- "Iceland lifted capital controls imposed during the 2008 collapse of its banking industry, signalling a return to financial normality and international financial markets."
- The Treasurer magazine, April 2017, p8 - International briefing.