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Any debt deal for Greece will not be applicable to Ireland - Noonan.


Neutron

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Minister Michael Noonan has yet again displayed his amazing ability to be a total fool. He today announced that what ever deal the Greeks get on a new debt deal it wont be applicable to Ireland.

Our beloved finance minister wont even be looking for a similar deal for Ireland.

Ireland yet again could play hard ball and demand a similar deal for ourselves but alas Mr Noonan wont be looking for one.

Roll on the Budget!

Any arrangements made to ease the burden of the Greek national debt will not be applicable to Ireland, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said today.Arriving in Brussels this afternoon for a third round of talks in as many weeks between euro zone ministers and the International Monetary Fund, Mr Noonan said he was hopeful that a deal for Greece is imminent.“I’d be hoping that it will conclude satisfactorily this evening but you know the way these things work, you can’t be absolutely certain. But certainly the ground has narrowed,” the Minister told reporters.Mr Noonan said there was no plan at present for an official sector involvement arrangement the sense that it’s normally accepted” in which euro zone governments would bear losses on their holdings of Greek bondsIt is generally expected that the new package would cut to a negligible level the interest rate on the country’s loans from its euro zone partners.

The package is also expected to include money for Athens to reduce its debt burden by buying its bonds from private investors at below market costs.
Asked whether similar flexibility would be granted to Ireland, Mr Noonan said that was not the case.“The package that’s being discussed wouldn’t be applicable to Ireland. This is a special and particular case. There isn’t a crossover into Ireland’s affairs,” he said.When it was put to him that any deal might eliminate the interest rate on Greek loans, Mr Noonan said Greece was being dealt with separately. “We have own sets of negotiations either in place or will proceed next year so there isn’t a crossover.”​
Greek deal 'not applicable' to Ireland - The Irish Times - Mon, Nov 26, 2012
 
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ruserious

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Minister Michael idiot Noonan has yet again displayed his amazing ability to be a total fool. He today announced that what ever deal the Greeks get on a new debt deal it wont be applicable to Ireland.

Not only is it lookinh likely that Ireland will waiver any profit or indeed any repayments the Greeks make to the money we lent them its now obvious our beloved Fianance minister hasnt even looked for a similar deal for Ireland.

Ireland yet again could play hard ball and demand a similar deal for ourselves but alas Mr Noonan isnt looking for one.
Sigh.
 

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Minister Michael idiot Noonan has yet again displayed his amazing ability to be a total fool. He today announced that what ever deal the Greeks get on a new debt deal it wont be applicable to Ireland.

Our beloved Fianance minister hasnt even looked for a similar deal for Ireland.

Ireland yet again could play hard ball and demand a similar deal for ourselves but alas Mr Noonan isnt looking for one.




Greek deal 'not applicable' to Ireland - The Irish Times - Mon, Nov 26, 2012
Noonan is factually correct however.
 

Ulster-Lad

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and what would Noonan do? petunia
 

ger12

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Because Ireland is the man coming from the toilet smelling of drink and cigarettes looking for his seat ....
 

True Republican

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be a good little paddy and suck it up..lol
 

southwestkerry

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Well one off these days, some one some where from their lofty position off power well announce... 'tis all for de best little ones, now run alone fetch my slippers and do my supper'
 

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is it not time he was given a proper persricption, for alzimer tabs, who the hell does he represent, his constituents no, his country no, his party no, he is repesenting frau merkel and her banking buddys.
 

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I wonder will he do the right thing and resign when we get our second bailout.

The sadest thing is the Shinners are probs going to be the next ones in charge of finance.
 

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I wonder will he do the right thing and resign when we get our second bailout.

The sadest thing is the Shinners are probs going to be the next ones in charge of finance.
But wouldnt you rather Pearse over there right now fighting our corner?
 

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Minister Michael Noonan has yet again displayed his amazing ability to be a total fool. He today announced that what ever deal the Greeks get on a new debt deal it wont be applicable to Ireland.

Our beloved finance minister wont even be looking for a similar deal for Ireland.

Ireland yet again could play hard ball and demand a similar deal for ourselves but alas Mr Noonan epnt be looking for one.




Greek deal 'not applicable' to Ireland - The Irish Times - Mon, Nov 26, 2012
Why have we such a man who in all fairness is a dinosaur of a Politician in this senior position??
 

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The new deal for Greece is being negotiated as we speak.
Expected to go late into the night.
There will be many components to the deal, Matina Stevis of the WSJ had suggested last week
that any cut in the troika interest rates to Greece would indeed be passed onto Ireland.
 

regnal gib 1

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I wonder will he do the right thing and resign when we get our second bailout.

The sadest thing is the Shinners are probs going to be the next ones in charge of finance.
We have given FG & Labour our votes and they are failing us miserably, how worse could SF be???
 

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is it not time he was given a proper persricption, for alzimer tabs, who the hell does he represent, his constituents no, his country no, his party no, he is repesenting frau merkel and her banking buddys.
How wrong you are!

He is representing his party to the hilt and doing exactly as he is instructed too by Quisling Kenny and his Gimp Gilmore!
Mz Whiplash Merkel and his bankster buddies must be so proud of him that they are queueing up to award him EU jobz for the boys and directorships as soon as he is kicked out of office

What a loathsome little man Noonan is for stabbing the electorate in the back
 

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What is it with some posters on here who expect Noonan to do his negotiations in public? :)
 

Neutron

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What is it with some posters on here who expect Noonan to do his negotiations in public? :)
Its not that at all, its that he seems to come out in public and tell us he isnt doint anything at all and not looking for a deal with the Greeks.
 

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But wouldnt you rather Pearse over there right now fighting our corner?
doherty is talking rubbish, he'd probably fold like a deck of cards to merkel if he was finance minister.
 
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