IMF report

Was a statistic on Ireland pulled from the report? Paul Mason says:

So maybe there is an interesting explanation of why the original list got made, why it was so much worse for the UK, why Ireland was on it and is now not on it, and why it got pulled. Unfortunately I do not have time to find out because it is Budget Day. There you go.


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  1. The RTÉ report seems to give figures for the cost of stabilising debt, possibly from an earlier version of the report.

    IMF said Ireland would pay about €24bn, the highest government bail-out as a proportion of economic output.
    The IMF estimates that the cost of stabilising our banking system will account for almost 15% of gross domestic product
    End Quote.

    Maybe George Lee downloaded and saved the original.

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