Public Finances

Durkan, Joseph; Duffy, David; O'Sullivan, Cormac
June 2011
Quarterly Economic Commentary;Summer2011, p20
Trade Publication
The article examines the latest statistics on Ireland's public finances as of June 2011. It cites the country's exchequer deficit forecast, which exclude the recapitalisation of the Bank of Ireland, the Irish Life and Permanent, and Allied Irish Bank (AIB). The promissory notes payment to the Anglo-Irish Bank, Irish Nationwide Building Society, and the Educational Building Society is also cited.


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