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Irish PM: PSI unique to Greece

Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 01:38

Jan. 12 - The Irish Prime Minister tells Thomson Reuters that private sector involvement is unique to Greece and should not apply to any future bailout mechanism.

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You also mentioned your speech about private sector involvement just the tip top we've hot as to whether or not it should be involved in India send -- the future permanent terrorism and a mechanism. Would you agree with the Cypriot central -- governor who said that European reverse its decision to impose losses on on investors and Greek sovereign dash. They did Greece situation was determined by the European content to be unique to be unique situation. And we made the points as one country that is in a bit of situation can speak with an excuse for that actually means. That way to emerge from that bit of proposition. And worked PSI to be part of the unison -- That would be sent to Fiji in the sense that investment internationally. From other countries to any country emerging from a -- a situation. Would not be as strong as it was like if PSI were left in there in other words why would investors want to invest in the country. Emerging from a bit of position if you're likely to be different jobs we have never looked for different tone and -- -- -- way in full and on time. If continuously -- too technical discussions to reduce the and to reduce the impact of the financial circumstances that we find ourselves in those taking discussions continue. So I don't agree. This decision was moved to -- police activity by the IMF and the -- Offering unprecedented levels of assistance fund supports. -- to the Greek government and the -- people. In terms of their particular different. Of what it was decided that decision -- -- and at the TSA situation is unique to Greece and Jerusalem.

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Irish PM: PSI unique to Greece

Wednesday, January 11, 2012 - 01:38