Sorting out the debt mess

The solution to the debt problem that will work best is most likely not the one we are going to get, writes Karl Deeter.

23rd June, 2012
Karl Deeter: the banking lobby has succeeded in getting its rights more thoroughly acknowledged.

Unless we are going to miss our June deadline for the introduction of personal insolvency legislation, we can expect it in the coming week, most likely the last business day we have, which is Friday.

The two-month delay was caused by the troika, according to the government - and caused by the government, according to the troika. Brendan Howlin, Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, recently said that the government wanted to ensure that we...

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