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Thanks, but no thanks

25 November 2008 By George Hay

The Irish banks need to raise capital to peergroup levels to regain investor confidence. But unlike UK banks, they aren t going bust right now. That makes government intervention harder to justify. But allowing private equity to take pricey stakes isn t the way forward.

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