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Constantin Gurdgiev: Eurogroup has ignored Brexit risks to Irish economy

Briefings from ESM and IMF could jolt Dublin and Brussels out of complacency

26th January, 2017

Today’s Eurogroup agenda includes two key items of critical importance to Ireland. The first one is the debriefing on the results of the sixth post-programme surveillance missions to Ireland by the ESM and the IMF. The second is the presentation by the IMF of the main findings from its euro area Article IV annual consultation covering the 2016 preliminary results.

Notably, although mentioned in the statements, Brexit is yet to figure prominently in the...

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