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Debt crisis: where are we now?

As the government considers its options for the medium term, there are certain realities which the Irish public has to bear in mind

19th March, 2011

As the government considers its options for the medium term, there are certain realities which the Irish public has to bear in mind

Ireland’s election could scarcely have come at a worse time. With Irish politicians on all sides unavoidably engaged for weeks beforehand in campaigning, we have arrived late at negotiations that look set to fix the economic structure of the European Union for years to come.

At EU level, matters have...

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