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COMMENT: What does the EU summit mean for Ireland?

Cliff Taylor assesses the key points about the EU summit on Wednesday and where it might leave Ireland.

24th October, 2011
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The Government made some progress in euro diplomacy in recent months, notably through securing a lower interest rate on money borrowed from the EU and IMF. So what are we to make of the noises coming out ahead of Wednesday's EU summit, in terms of its impact on Ireland? A few points are relevant, writes Cliff Taylor.

1. The leaders are struggling to come up with something big enough to really solve the problem. So...

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