EU/ECB reviews to continue after bailout exit

EU review teams will continue to visit Ireland to monitor economic performance for a number of years after Ireland exits the bailout programme, it has emerged.

3rd February, 2013

EU review teams will continue to visit Ireland to monitor economic performance for a number of years after Ireland exits the bailout programme, it has emerged.

Regular missions will continue until 75 per cent of the money borrowed from the EU under the bailout programme is repaid, under a draft regulation being finalised, according to the Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan.

The troika currently reviews Ireland's economic performance on a quarterly basis. Detailed reports on Ireland's...

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