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Noonan says he is "pretty confident" of Anglo deal

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.

6th December, 2012

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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