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Government wants new entrant to buy Quinn

The government will resist attempts by any of the main players in the Irish insurance market to take over Quinn Insurance, on the grounds that such a deal would reduce market competition and result in further job losses at the company.

1st May, 2010

The government will resist attempts by any of the main players in the Irish insurance market to take over Quinn Insurance, on the grounds that such a deal would reduce market competition and result in further job losses at the company.

The Quinn Group said last week it would sell the insurance business, which is in administration, in an effort to protect jobs. Both Quinn and the government are now favouring selling the business to...

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