Government to seek €10bn credit line to aid return to markets
The Government is understood to be considering a request for a €10bn credit line to aid Ireland's exit from the bailout.
If the request is approved, the precautionary measure would be given by the Troika to aid our return to the financial markets by the end of the year.
The Eurogroup Chief Jeroen Dijsellbloem has said Europe will provide 'measures to support' Ireland's return to the market - and ensure the exit from the bailout is 'not a temporary one'.
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