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Greek crisis prompts Irish rethink

With the Greek crisis sending Irish bond interest rates to record highs, the government is examining how long the bailout cash could allow Ireland to remain out of the markets.

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With the Greek crisis sending Irish bond interest rates to record highs, the government is examining how long the bailout cash could allow Ireland to remain out of the markets.

While the original EU/IMF deal envisaged Ireland returning to the markets late next year, senior sources now believe that Ireland might not need to seek funds from private investors until late 2013 or early2014.

The short-term outlook now depends on whether the Greek parliament can...

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