The International Monetary Fund approved $2.11 billion in bailout funds for Ireland, Reuters's Glenn Somerville and Tim Ahmann report. The money is part of a broader bailout package and due to the Irish governor's "resolute implementaton" of an austerity program to control its government and bank debt. The IMF noted Ireland's economy looks like its improving and some debt reorganization is "ahead of schedule."
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