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Newsround: what Wednesday's papers say

The main business stories making headlines in today's Irish and international newspapers.

25th April, 2012
Newsround: Wednesday.

The stories making headlines in today's Irish and international newspapers are:

**Howlin’s** warning on €1.5 billion public sector allowances (p1).

**More Bank of Ireland** staff to go, Boucher warns (Business supplement, p1).

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