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Noonan: Leaders gone 'as far as they can' with Greek concessions

18th June, 2015
Michael Noonan

Finance Minister Michael Noonan has said that euro zone leaders have gone “as far as they can” with concessions for Greece and that the Irish Government is taking advice from the ECB on the implications of a Greek exit from the euro.

Speaking to reporters on the way into a meeting of euro zone finance ministers in Luxembourg, Noonan said that it was time to “prepare the B plan” for Greece.


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