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The morning after

28 February 2011 By Neil Unmack

Irish voters have given its new government a mandate to seek cheaper European loans and burn bank bondholders. Neither move would do much to dent Ireland’s debt burden, or make its fiscal cuts less severe. Still, sharing the pain may help make austerity more palatable.

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