IMF approves $4.3 billion for Ireland

The International Monetary Fund is to make an immediate payment of $4.3 billion to Ireland after its fifth review of Ireland's performance.

28th February, 2012
IMF approves $4.3 billion for Ireland
IMF: approves new payment for Ireland.

The International Monetary Fund is to make an immediate payment of $4.3 billion to Ireland after its fifth review of Ireland's performance.

The IMF said the Irish authorities "continue to advance wide-ranging reforms to restore the health of the financial system so it can support Ireland's recovery".

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