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Noonan doesn't want to make March 31st Anglo Irish payment

Finance minister Michael Noonan said the government doesn’t want to make the next €3.1 billion payment due to the former Anglo Irish Bank in March.

12th November, 2012
Finance minister Michael Noonan.

Finance minister Michael Noonan said the government doesn’t want to make the next €3.1 billion payment due to the former Anglo Irish Bank in March, making that the deadline for an accord with the European Central Bank on refinancing the bailout of the lender.

Speaking to reporters in Dublin, he said that he didn’t want to rule out an agreement with the European Central Bank before the 2013 budget, due to be delivered...

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