Daily Archives: January 30, 2012

The Fiscal Stability Treaty: what happens next?

Posted on by Tony Connelly

Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, in Brussels What happens now that EU leaders have signed off on the fiscal compact treaty in Brussels? The first step is that the text will be translated into all 23 official EU languages (including Irish) … Continue reading

Ireland’s star still ascendent in Davos despite Taoiseach’s remarks

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  By Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, in Davos Despite the furore at home, Taoiseach Enda Kenny’s remarks that “people went mad borrowing” barely raised an eyebrow in Davos. The Congress Hall in the main Davos Congress Centre was about a … Continue reading

Taoiseach to discuss theme of “rebuilding Europe” at Davos

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By Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, in Davos The Taoiseach Enda Kenny is to make his first appearance at the World Economic Forum in Davos later today.  Mr Kenny will take part in a panel discussion with the Danish and Finnish … Continue reading

Noonan to meet Draghi as Greek debt talks stumble

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By Tony Connelly, Europe Editor, in Brussels Minister for Finance Michael Noonan will meet Mario Draghi, the ECB president, in Frankfurt later today. Although the two men will have met on the margins of EU finance ministers’ meetings, this will … Continue reading