Monday May 25, 2020

Central Bank spent €100,000 on books since 2010

21st June, 2015

Bankenhilfspaket. It’s German for bank bailout.

And it’s a word many Central Bank staff may be aware of, since German language books were among the most likely to be plucked from the shelves of the bank’s library in 2013 and 2014, just as the troika prepared to leave town.

New records from the Central Bank show that French and German grammar and vocabulary books topped the list of most withdrawn books...

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