Who’s afraid of the IMF

They’re the bogeymen of international finance – so what can we expect if they impose their medicine on Ireland?

13th November, 2010

They’re the bogeymen of international finance – so what can we expect if they impose their medicine on Ireland?

For some, they are seen as the ultimate signal of economic failure. For others, they are seen as the only way of achieving necessary corrective measures to get back on the road to economic growth.

It is ironic that the International Monetary Fund (IMF), set up to assist advanced economies around the world deal...

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