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Newsround: what Friday's business pages say

Today's top stories include a €3.1 million customer refund by AIB, Bono's presence at Savoy sale meeting, a prospective rate cut by PTSB and more turmoil on the INM board

27th April, 2012
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Friday's papers

The top business stories in Irish and international papers

**State** will be able to retain up to half of proceeds of asset sales (p1)

**Bono** was brought to a meeting of property developers that agreed the sale of London's Savoy Hotel, court told (p1)

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