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20 September 2011 By Neil Unmack

Dublin is crawling out of the PIIG sty. Irish bonds outshone those of Portugal and downgraded Italy during the summer turmoil. The country is ahead of target on its IMF programme. But it’s still vulnerable to weak global growth prospects and to dysfunctional euro zone governance.

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