Ireland could negotiate on tax in return for safety net - Bloomberg

Ireland will soon make history by exiting the bailout but still needs a safety net that could be granted in return for the country negotiating it tax policies, writes the Bloomberg View column.

6th November, 2013
Ireland: There’s plenty here to make investors anxious, writes Bloomberg View.

The following column appears this morning on Bloomberg View:

Six years after its banks collapsed under a ton of toxic mortgages, and three years after receiving a $93 billion international bailout, Ireland is about to make history: On Dec. 15, it will be the first euro-area country to emerge from its rescue program.

An inspection team from the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund - the so-called troika - descended on Dublin...

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