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16.11.2010
Ireland has agreed to help its banks ... with the help of EU money
 	 Ireland has agreed to help its banks ... with the help of EU money

Ireland, until recently rejected any assumption about the possibility of emergency aid from the EU, for the first time made clear that it is ready to consider the proposal in Brussels to support the Irish banks.

Irish Prime Minister Brian Cowen said he believes it possible to discuss how to support banks during today's meeting of finance ministers of the eurozone countries.

"We are discussing with partners how best to maintain the stability of the financial and banking system - to ensure it is in our mutual interests" - he said.

Cowan noted that Dublin has not applied for help, and that country, despite a 30 percent budget deficit, provided funding until June of next year. Until now, the country's leadership has denied the existence of any negotiations with the EU on aid.

The Wall Street Journal, citing officials in Brussels, says that aid in the recapitalization of the Irish banks, which have become the main source of financial problems facing the country could become a compromise. This will allow the government to declare that the support need banks, but not the government.

Many believe that the preventive action against Ireland will avoid repetition mnogoaktnoy Greek drama, in which Greece was on the verge of bankruptcy, and the euro zone - on the verge of collapse.

Yield of 10-year-old Irish government securities fell to 8.10% on Monday from 8.48% last Friday, and 9.25% on Thursday.

On Tuesday, EU finance ministers will put pressure on Ireland and Portugal, so that they presented a detailed plan to reduce the debt burden, writes, in turn, Financial Times.

Concern about the debt problems of peripheral eurozone warmed recent statements by Portuguese Foreign Minister Luis Amado, who in an interview with the local weekly had discussed prospects of Portugal from the euro zone in case of further aggravation of the debt and fiscal problems of the country.

Against the stabilization of markets has played and the Prime Minister of Greece George Papandreou that his country may need an extension of emergency credit from the EU and the IMF at 110 billion euros.

On materials www.newsland.ru

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