Ireland: Confident of a return to force

Noonan, Michael
May 2011
OECD Observer;May2011, Issue 284, p11
Academic Journal
The article reports on the economic reforms made by the Irish government to repair its banking sector and to address deterioration in its labor market. It mentions that government policies center on recapitalising, restructuring and deleveraging viable financial institutions in order to provide the credit necessary to support its recovery. It states that it has experienced growth for the first time since 2007 and is confident of a return to market-based funding to strengthen its economy.


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