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Newsround: what Friday's business pages say

The Taoiseach blames mad borrowing for crisis, Treasury set to fight NAMA and rumblings of a review of Greek rescue plan: these were among today's top stories

27th January, 2012
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* Taoiseach blames crisis on mad borrowing and greed, p.1.

* Minimum alcohol price planned across island, p.1.

* Treasury challenge on NAMA set for next month, Business this Week, p.1, 5.

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