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Troika seeks meeting with Reilly over €374m deficit

Representatives of the bailout troika have asked to meet Minister for Health James Reilly to discuss the €374 million health deficit on their visit to Dublin this week.

13th October, 2012
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James Reilly, Minister for Health: meeting sought by troika. Photo: Tony O'Shea

Representatives of the bailout troika have, for the first time, asked to meet Minister for Health James Reilly to discuss the €374 million health deficit on their visit to Dublin this week.

The troika requested a meeting to discuss measures to arrest the worsening deterioration in the health budget.

The Sunday Business Post understands that officials monitoring the terms of Ireland's bailout programme expressed a desire to meet Reilly in person on this occasion, underlining...

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