Noonan: Euro solution would mean higher Irish growth

Finance Minister Michael Noonan “wouldn’t be surprised” if the country marked up 2012 growth forecasts if the euro zone issues get resolved, he told a press conference in Dublin yesterday evening.

7th December, 2011

Finance Minister Michael Noonan “wouldn’t be surprised” if the country marked up 2012 growth forecasts if the euro zone issues get resolved, he told a press conference in Dublin yesterday evening.

The government today cut its 2012 gross domestic product growth forecast to 1.3 per cent from 1.6 per cent, which was set on November 4th.

Noonan also said he hopes that former HSBC Holdings chief executive Michael Geoghegan will join a board he plans...

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