Donohoe’s appointment puts Ireland at the heart of EU finance discussions
The Minister for Finance has been recognised for his work in bringing rival member states to agreement on EU economic policies
Paschal Donohoe, the Minister for Finance, has secured a significant achievement by becoming the head of the Eurogroup of finance ministers.
It is quite a turnaround from the days when Michael Noonan, his predecessor as minister, had to lobby members of the Eurogroup for an easing of troika bailout conditions and the Anglo Irish Bank debt repayments.
Donohoe has learned the hard way about winning political support from his experience in the Dublin Central constituency....
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