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Nama out of a crisis

31 March 2010 By George Hay

Irish banks may need as much as 32 billion euros in extra capital after the government imposed stiff haircuts on toxic loans. Much of this may have to come from the state. But Ireland’s tough approach to its bad bank may finally allow its financial system to escape the crisis.

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