Posts Tagged ‘imf’

Ireland Says Bailout Talks Complete, EU to OK Deal

Sunday, November 28th, 2010

Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen said his government has completed 10 days of negotiations on an EU-IMF bailout of his debt-crippled country and expects European financial chiefs to ratify the deal Sunday in Brussels.

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Ireland Says Bailout Talks Complete, EU to OK Deal

Deal on Ireland’s €85 Billion Bailout Could Come Sunday

Saturday, November 27th, 2010

An Irish government minister said he expects an agreement on an EU-IMF bailout loan for Ireland worth approximately €85 billion ($115 billion), but he rejected reports that the aid would carry a punitively high interest rate.

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Deal on Ireland’s €85 Billion Bailout Could Come Sunday

EU-IMF Mission to Discuss Steps to Help Ireland

Wednesday, November 17th, 2010

Euro zone ministers have agreed to send a joint European-IMF mission to Ireland that could prepare the way for a bailout to prevent its debt crisis spreading to other countries.

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US Efforts on Currency Gain Little Support From IMF

Saturday, October 9th, 2010

The United States led a drive on Saturday for the IMF to take a more assertive role in refereeing disputes over currencies and ensuring that national economic policies don’t disrupt global growth.

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US Efforts on Currency Gain Little Support From IMF