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IMF: Ireland's 2013 bond market return "uncertain"

The International Monetary Fund's mission chief for Ireland has said that €14 billion is required next year and that the referendum will have no impact on its programme.

2nd March, 2012

The International Monetary Fund's mission chief for Ireland has said that €14 billion is required next year and that the referendum will have no impact on its programme.

Craig Beaumont, the IMF’s mission chief for Ireland, said that Ireland’s bailout partners have developed “a lot of consensus” on tackling the country’s rescue cost for the former Anglo Irish Bank bank.

“It is still a work in progress,”...

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