Saturday January 18, 2020

Forget Nama, government’s deficit is the biggest worry

If we didn’t have the bank bailout to worry about, the focus would be on getting the government finances back in order

29th May, 2010

Over the last two years, serious questions have been asked about Ireland’s economic policy and the resilience of our economy.

Those questions have, if anything, intensified in recent months, as debate continues about the strength and future of the eurozone economy.

At times like this, previously unthinkable options are increasingly considered as legitimate, including leaving the euro and defaulting on our debt.

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