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Getting down to business

Cliff Taylor talks to Minister for Finance Brian Lenihan about Nama and its implementation, and assesses some of the key issues surrounding the legislation

29th August, 2009

Back from holidays, Brian Lenihan, the Minister for Finance, knows that a crucial period for the government lies ahead. The first cabinet meeting since the summer break has been briefed on the progress of the legislation for the National Asset Management Agency (Nama), and the Commission on Taxation report has just landed on the minister’s desk.

Work is under way on the December budget, with significant cutbacks in spending under consideration. Then there...

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