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One more tough budget left, then austerity ends

Revealed: Details of new economic plan for post bailout era. Troika warns banks' problems could undermine recovery.

15th December, 2013

Another tough budget will be needed to fix the public finances - but economic growth will then take over to allow EU debt and deficit targets to be reached, according to the government's post-bailout economic plan.

The plan, which is being finalised this weekend, will be published in the coming days and will include more optimistic projections for jobs and growth.

However, the troika has issued a stark warning about the threat posed by Ireland's...

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