Tuesday August 4, 2020

Newsround: what Friday's business pages say

Pay cuts seen at AIB, a surge in demand for science and computing courses,the ECB's deliberations on promissory notes: these stories and more in today's business pages.

9th March, 2012
Newsround: Frday's papers

* ECB is strongly resisting the push to have the Irish Anglo debt burden reduced, p.1.

* Student demand for science and computer courses surges, p.1.

* AIB to seek pay and benefits cuts for staff who stay, Business the Week p.1, 2.

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