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If the numbers add up, then Nama should sell

Let the sale begin?

23rd February, 2014

Let the sale begin? Last weekend, this newspaper revealed that the National Asset Management Agency (Nama) had been asked by government to examine a rapid disposal of its remaining €22 billion loan book, to allow it to tap into the growing international demand for distressed Irish assets.

Confirming the story last week, Michael Noonan said he had asked Nama to weigh up the pros and cons of expediting the sale of its assets. Essentially, the...

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