28 SEP 2010
By Andrew Willis
EUOBSERVER / BRUSSELS - The European Central Bank considered activating the eurozone's emergency rescue mechanism to provide Ireland with funds, according to a report in the German Handelsblatt newspaper on Monday (27 September).
Citing unidentified government officials, the German daily said several euro-area governments had already been told to raise money on Ireland's behalf in case the need arose.
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