Thursday February 27, 2020

Hasenstab says Ireland has "set itself apart"

"Ireland has set itself apart from the peripheral nations in Europe in how it embraced austerity through fiscal discipline and growth ...."

4th September, 2012
Franklin Templeton

Michael Hasenstab, of fund management company Franklin Templeton, made the following comment to the Financial Times newspaper about his move to snap up $6.1 billion in Irish bonds.

"Ireland has set itself apart from the peripheral nations in Europe in how it embraced austerity through fiscal discipline and growth through maintaining competitive labour, tax and product markets."

Hasenstab featured in *The Sunday Business Post* earlier this year. Here is Cliff Taylor's comment on the significance of...

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