Ireland Tries To Win Public Support For ‘Bad Bank’

10 Sep 2009

The Irish government has announced changes in proposed legislation to win public support for its so-called “bad bank” aimed at stabilizing the country’s banking sector.

The Irish government has announced changes in proposed legislation to win public support for its so-called “bad bank” aimed at stabilizing the country’s banking sector. The National Asset Management Agency was created to transfer banks’ bad debts, but the plan has not been well received by the public ...

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