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Ireland to make clean break from the bailout

The government will decide to leave the bailout completely without any precautionary line of credit, The Sunday Business Post understands.

10th November, 2013

The government will decide to leave the bailout completely without any precautionary line of credit, The Sunday Business Post understands.

Sources familiar with discussions at the highest level say that the decision will be taken formally in the coming weeks, but that finance minister Michael Noonan - who has travelled widely in recent weeks to consult with European and international authorities - and the Economic Management Council have concluded that they should opt for a...

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