Newsround: Monday's main business stories
Economic prospects are better, says Gilmore; Quinn children asked to hand over passports in asset hunt; NAMA receivers enjoyed a fivefold increase in fees.
**Peter Quinn** cannot be forced to return if he has left the state (p1)
**Abolition** of councils on agenda for cabinet (p1)
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