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US mogul praises Irish handling of crash

One of the biggest investors in the Irish economy since the financial crash doesn't just like Irish assets, he also thinks the government is managing the economy well.

20th April, 2013

One of the biggest investors in the Irish economy since the financial crash doesn't just like Irish assets, he also thinks the government is managing the economy well - and that Nama and Bank of Ireland chief Richie Boucher deserve more credit than they get.

Bill McMorrow, chief executive of Kennedy Wilson, the California property investment firm that led a recapitalisation of Bank of Ireland in 2011 and has put more than €2.5 billion into...

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