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Ireland poised to unveil austerity plan

The Irish government is set to publish an austerity plan required for its EU and IMF bail-out.

The four-year plan targets total cuts of 15bn euros ($20bn; £13bn), or 11% of the Irish economy's annual output.

The BBC's Mark Simpson reports from Dublin.

  • 24 Nov 2010
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