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Liffey proposition

15 November 2010 By George Hay

A rescue that would focus on Ireland’s ailing lenders rather than its whole economy might be less humiliating for Dublin. But even if EU leaders agree to pump money into the banks, they will still demand a pound of flesh. And it may not solve all of Ireland’s problems.

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