There is away out of this

The fact of the matter is that we can turn the IMF humiliation to our advantage

20th November, 2010
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Travelling on the 11am Aircoach from Cork to Dublin, wi-fi working fine, hurtling down a new motorway, it’s difficult to imagine that the International Monetary Fund (IMF) is already here.

At a certain level, the place seems almost prosperous.

Granted, over the past year the type of person on the bus has changed, but apart from that, not much else screams ‘bankrupt country’.

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