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Good Morning, Reykjavik!

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Icelanders go to the polls this weekend to decide whether to pay the debts of a failed bank. Planet Money's David Kestenbaum is in Reykjavik, and he spoke with Renee Montagne.

For more: Read our post, "Should I Pay For Bankers' Mistakes?"

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