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As I said, two years or so to late. All foreign banks have as far as possible left town, leaving the Irish government - NAMA and so on and the ECB holding the bag. But of course most Irish private capital has fled these banks too.

And now you have this cunning plan that foreign holders of Irish government bonds are unworthy and  domestic holders are worthy. That is fine as as far defending the interest of the Irish elite goes, but why is that now suddenly a pan-european progressive project?  

by IM on Fri Feb 4th, 2011 at 05:39:32 PM EST
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