By Erin Burnett
Since Iceland's financial collapse in 2008, the country has debated whether it should stick with the krona or adopt the currency of another country.
The obvious choice seems to be for Iceland to submit to, say, oil-rich Norway or maybe even join the EU and adopt the euro.
But another currency has entered the debate. And itâ€™s a little "loonie."
That's right: Iceland might adopt the Canadian dollar as its official currency.
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