Finance minister Michael Noonan said he’s “pretty confident” that the state will be able to avoid the €3.1 billion annual payment due to the former Anglo Irish Bank next year.
The payment is due as an installment on the lender’s bailout, and the state is seeking to reach a deal on the debt with the European Central Bank.
“It’s not done yet,” Noonan said in an interview with on...
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