We could lose out in new EU bid for debt harmonisation
IT must be some kind of a first. So big was the attendance, they had to bring in extra chairs for a seminar on – wait for it – the EU Commission's country specific recommendations for Ireland.
Full houses are not what one expects for such a topic. It is important, of course, but it is not easy.
Even though the assembled brainpower of the audience could light a small town, there was a feeling that they also wanted to know more about what exactly is going on.