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Ireland is caught in a debt dilemma

Efforts to raise cash for the exchequer and the banks remain on a knife-edge

17th July, 2010

Another week, another wobble.

Media attention may have been focused on the domestic reaction to reports on our economy from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

But in the international markets another game is playing out - one with major implications for us all. Put simply, the question is whether international investors will be prepared to continue lending money to the government and to our banks and, if...

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