A new analysis on Iceland’s bilateral trade patterns – Annual Bilateral Day Conference

Earlier today the 15 Bilateral Chambers, in cooperation with the Iceland Chamber of Commerce (ICoC) and the Icelandic Ministry for Foreign Affairs, hosted its annual Bilateral Day conference. Due to current restrictions, the meeting was live-streamed in Icelandic.

The headline of the meeting was Where does the aluminium go and where does the fruit come from and the programme focused on a new analysis on Iceland’s bilateral trade patterns, which the ICoC also published today.

The meeting started with an opening speech by Þórdís Kolbrún R. Gylfadóttir, Minister for Foreign Affairs and International Development Cooperation, followed by a presentation by Konráð S. Guðjónsson, ICoC's chief economist and deputy secretary-general. Closing remarks gave Baldvin Björn Haraldsson, chairman of the international chambers of commerce.

You can find the analysis here.

A recording of the meeting, in Icelandic, can be found here.