A team of economists from the International Monetary Fund is travelling to Dublin for a short consultation after receiving a request from the Irish government. The European Commission and the European Central Bank will also join in the talks. “The focus of the consultations is to look at the measures that might be needed to support financial stability and protect against market risks in the light of the government’s four year budgetary plan,” said Caroline Atkinson, Director of External Relations at the IMF. IMF
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