By Tom Lyons, Ronald Quinlan07 March 2014
Last September John Mulcahy, head of Ireland’s asset management at NAMA, (National Asset Management Agency), the country’s “bad bank” for property, described the former shell of what was supposed to be the striking new headquarters of Anglo Irish Bank along Dublin’s River Liffey as being like “a burned-out tank on ...
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