Ireland insists no bailout needed

EU finance ministers have met in Brussels and decided to send delgation to examine security and stability of Ireland.

    Eurozone finance ministers are gathering in Brussels amid talk of an EU "survival crisis".

    The EU also announced it will send a mission to Ireland, in a move that echoes the financial rescue of Greece.

    The Irish government says it welcomes any efforts to shore up its troubled banking sector, but it's still insisting it does not need a bailout.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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