Debt deal won't unravel says Gilmore

Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore said an accord that paved the way to cut legacy bank debt won’t unravel, seeking to calm investor concern that German-led opposition could derail the agreement.

27th September, 2012
Eamon Gilmore.

Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore said an accord that paved the way to cut Ireland’s legacy bank debt won’t unravel, seeking to calm investor concern that German-led opposition could derail the agreement.

Gilmore was speaking while on a trip to New York for a meeting of the United Nations General Assembly. He was also attempting to deal with the sudden resignation of junior minister Roisin Shortall yesterday. A spokesperson for the Tanaiste said...

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