Seeking a new deal with the troika

Seeking a new deal with the troika

The dialogue which has been used in the past - that Ireland is 'on track' and thus should be able to return on time to the financial markets - is quietly being dropped.

The troika has left town again, and another bailout review is complete. Yet the dialogue which has been used in the past - that Ireland is 'on track' and thus should be able to return on time to the financial markets - is quietly being dropped. Everyone now realises that this country will need more help if it is to achieve that goal. While this, in part, reflects Ireland's specific problems, it also results from increasing evidence that the policies being pursued at an EU-wide level need to change.

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