Ireland’s Honohan highlights advantages of ‘more Europe’


The governor of the Central Bank of Ireland, Patrick Honohan, delivered a speech on June 29 in which he discussed the challenges associated with regaining market confidence in the eurozone, and argued that Ireland should welcome closer integration with Europe.

Speaking at the Institute for International and European Affairs, Honohan said banking union proposals in Europe could help break the "damaging link" between bank failure and taxpayer-funded bailouts. "In this arena of financial

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