Ireland’s Honohan to criticise central bank’s role in crisis: reports

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Irish ministers on Tuesday afternoon mulled a report from Patrick Honohan, the governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, that according to local media criticises the central bank's oversight of the financial system in the build-up to the country's banking crisis.

The report, which will be published once it has been considered by Ireland's cabinet, is wdely believed to contain a harsh critique of the central bank's role in the banking sector crisis of 2008, which culminated in Anglo-Irish Bank, th

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