AIB likely to sell Irish assets

A move by Bank of Ireland to offload a range of businesses in Ireland as part of its negotiations with the EU on state aid, means that AIB is now expected to have to agree to similar measures.

17th April, 2010

A move by Bank of Ireland to offload a range of businesses in Ireland as part of its negotiations with the EU on state aid, means that AIB is now expected to have to agree to similar measures.

While the focus so far has been on the disposal of AIB’s overseas assets – in the US, Poland and possibly Britain – the group may now also have to consider selling some of its Irish businesses....

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