When historians look back at the Irish banking crisis in September 2008 and subsequent bailout by the troika in November 2010, the opinions of two people will be seen as having a very important influence on the decisions made. First was that of the then president of the European Central Bank (ECB) Jean-Claude Trichet, just before the banking guarantee that "you must save your banks at all costs" and later, as the IMF/EU bailout negotiations...
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