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Last year’s collapse in the Icelandic economy is good news for lobster lovers, if not for the Irish men and women who make their living fishing for them.

10th January, 2009

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Last year’s collapse in the Icelandic economy is good news for lobster lovers, if not for the Irish men and women who make their living fishing for them.

Normally, Icelandic fishermen refrigerate a portion of their lobster haul so that they can release them slowly onto the market over the cold winter months, when many fishermen don’t venture out.

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