‘Troika’ part of Ireland’s political and economic furniture

‘‘Let’s stay back here out of the way,” whispered one of the troika officials to his colleague as they assembled for last Friday’s press conference in the headquarters of the European Commission in Dublin.

16th April, 2011
‘Troika’ part of Ireland’s political and economic furniture
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‘‘Let’s stay back here out of the way,” whispered one of the troika officials to his colleague as they assembled for last Friday’s press conference in the headquarters of the European Commission in Dublin.

The team of officials want to keep as low a profile as possible. Some of what they have to tell the Irish government in the coming months and years won’t be welcome or popular....

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