Commission "deeply concerned" on document leak

UPDATE: the European Commission said it is "deeply concerned" about the apparent leaking of its Irish review report, as Eamon Gilmore says he has raised it with the German finance ministry.

1st March, 2012
Commission "deeply concerned" on document leak
Commission: wishes to "underline once again the good track record of programme implementation established in Ireland so far."

The European Commission has said it is "deeply concerned about the apparent leaking of its most recent staff report on Ireland's progress under the financial assistance programme".

It said in a statement that it wished to "underline once again the good track record of programme implementation established in Ireland so far."

However documents released today confirmed yesterday's leaked reports that the EU was concerned that Ireland might need additional budgetary measures this year, even as...

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