Wednesday, 2 September 2009

More on NAMA

Today's Irish Times has two takes on NAMA: Vincent Browne asks "why, if nobody else is willing to take a risk on Irish property, is the country as a whole being bludgeoned into doing so, via NAMA?", and - writing from a rather different ideological perspective - Sean Barrett says that "Ireland needs to lose its property bubble fixation. We need lower property prices across the board for houses, shops, hotels, factories and land for decades to come to restore and retain our competitiveness [...] We do not need NAMA". Comments?

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