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Regulatory Agency Sites
The Ministry of the Interior is responsible for regulating the post and telecommunications sectors in Iceland. The main areas of responsibility include transportation, security, and immigration. The roles of the Ministry are to issue licenses to telecommunications providers, mediate disputes, promote the innovation of equipment, and ensure appropriate broadcasts to protect the consumer.
Iceland's Ministry of Welfare deals with policy making relating to social affairs, health, and social security. This site provides an overview of the ministry as well as some of its legislation and publications.
The Financial Supervisory Authority (FME) is responsible for the oversight and regulation of the financial services industry within Iceland. The site contains a list of regulations, statistics, and annual reports published by the FME.
The Icelandic Medicines Agency (IMA) is responsible for assessing the quality and safety of medicinal products in Iceland. They provide inspections to confirm that regulatory requirements are fulfilled. The IMA is also a source of information for health professionals and the public.
The Iceland Chamber of Commerce provides information about the Icelandic economy to foreign companies interested in establishing business connections with Icelandic counterparts. The web site provides many trade related links, publications, and status reports.