Thornhill issues troika warning
The restoration of economic sovereignty and the subsequent departure of the troika could impede Ireland's ability to carry out future reform, according to Don Thornhill.
The restoration of Ireland's economic sovereignty and the subsequent departure of the troika could impede the country's ability to carry out future reform, according to Don Thornhill, the chairman of the National Competitiveness Council.
Thornhill was speaking yesterday at the Dublin Economic Workshop in Galway. He presented a paper that questioned whether - on the occasion of the troika's eventual departure - the EU Fiscal Stability Pact would be enough to sustain a culture of...
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