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Shane Ross

Published 20/12/2015 | 02:30

SAVING THE DAY: AIB chairman Richard Pym told shareholders at the Allied Irish Bank’s Extraordinary General Meeting in the RDS Concert Hall in Ballsbridge, Dublin, that the bank was repaying its debt to the State. Photo: Colm Mahady / Fennells
SAVING THE DAY: AIB chairman Richard Pym told shareholders at the Allied Irish Bank’s Extraordinary General Meeting in the RDS Concert Hall in Ballsbridge, Dublin, that the bank was repaying its debt to the State. Photo: Colm Mahady / Fennells

'Tea or coffee?" asked the waiter behind the boilers at the AIB shareholders' funeral on Wednesday.

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"Coffee, please." I replied, reaching for the china cups to help myself.

" No, you must use the cardboard cups" - he gestured briskly - "over here."

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