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‘Debt forgiveness’ not on agenda for Noonan-Lagarde meeting

17th January, 2015

IMF managing director Christine Lagarde and Minister for Finance Michael Noonan will not be discussing the possibility of a “debt conference” between major European lenders and indebted periphery nations when they meet this week.

The former French finance minister, who now heads up the New York-based IMF, will be in Dublin tomorrow for a conference organised by the Central Bank on “lessons from Ireland’s recovery from the bank-sovereign loop”.


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