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IMF loans Ireland $4.3bn

The International Monetary Fund approved a $4.33 billion loan to Ireland, the latest installment in a three-year $30.23-billion program to support the country through a period of tough financial reforms. ||| The International Monetary Fund on Monday approved a $4.33 billion loan to Ireland, the latest installment in a three-year $30.23-billion program to support the country through a period of tough financial reforms.
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