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Noonan to signal quick sale of Anglo Irish US loan book

Finance minister Michael Noonan will signal the sale of Anglo Irish Bank’s $10 billion US loan book when he visits the US this week, in what will be a major step towards the asset disposals agreed to as part of the EU/IMF plan.

11th June, 2011

Finance minister Michael Noonan will signal the sale of Anglo Irish Bank’s $10 billion US loan book when he visits the US this week, in what will be a major step towards the asset disposals agreed to as part of the EU/IMF plan.

He will meet John Lipsky, acting IMF head, and is also due at the US Treasury, where he may meet Tim Geithner, treasury secretary.

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