Troika needs to hear some straight talking

The EU/IMF/ECB troika is likely to find its visit to Dublin more amenable this week than its fractious ongoing talks in Athens.

8th October, 2011

The EU/IMF/ECB troika is likely to find its visit to Dublin more amenable this week than its fractious ongoing talks in Athens.

Ireland is being seen, the Financial Times tells us, as the ‘‘poster boy for austerity’’ and we are continually being told that we are on plan and on target.

But, behind the scenes at the meetings with those who are effectively in charge of our economic policy,...

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