The European Central Bank (ECB) says it has “serious concerns” about the quality of the collateral offered by Ireland in exchange for the 85bn euro (US$112bn) the Republic received in emergency funding. The Bank also noted that other issues with the legislation around the Irish bail-out could impact future requests for emergency funding.
Source: BBC News
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