Topic: Dublin (Ireland)
Like Greece, Ireland, and other troubled European nations, the US needs to cut debt.
11/30/2010 12:30 pm
The Irish government says a $112.5 billion bailout will come with a 5.8 percent interest rate. The public appears unhappy with the bailout, but uncertain where to direct its anger.
11/29/2010 04:34 pm
The Greece and Ireland debt crises have raised more questions about a currency that was supposed to unify Europe.
11/23/2010 11:03 am
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Ireland's Green Party has said it will pull out of its coalition under Prime Minister Brian Cowen. Cowen has called for elections in early 2011, but opposition leaders want a vote now.
11/22/2010 04:16 pm
Young Irish, in particular, hope that the economic cycle makes just one more click – and that emigration isn't their only option. But amid news of the Ireland bailout, some aren't waiting around.
11/21/2010 11:45 am
Ireland is negotiating with the European finance officials over an aid package that could come with strings attached.
11/18/2010 04:59 pm
EU ministers continue to worry that Ireland's debt crisis will drag down financial markets. Ireland says its debts are covered until mid-2011.
11/16/2010 06:09 pm
Tickets to Europe being out of the budget for most of us as the Great Recession outstays its welcome (go away, already!), armchair travel may have never had more to recommend it. New novels set in Siena, Italy; Dublin, Ireland; and one of London’s most famous tourist attractions offer a chance for readers to peer inside areas usually cordoned off to visitors. And you could buy all three for less than it would cost a family to check their bags.
09/20/2010 10:04 am
These summer thrillers offer adrenaline-fueled trips to Saudi Arabia,Dublin, and the ski slopes.
08/19/2010 07:05 am