An Irish solution to an Irish problem

Despite tensions between the government and the EU/IMF, and tensions between the coalition partners, the government has little choice now but to get on with things

16th April, 2011
An Irish solution to an Irish problem
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‘An Irish solution to an Irish problem.” You would have to smile at the description by senior IMF official Ajai Chopra of the programme that is intended to get us out of the mess we are in. Someone as polished as Chopra would not have used the phrase by accident.

A peculiarly Irish crisis, he might also have called it.

A few months into the programme, we are probably where the EU/IMF and...

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