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Globe Editorial

As Irish crisis hits Boston, regulators should tread lightly

November 23, 2010

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A judge was right to put a stop to attempts by Irish regulators to foreclose on Boston properties. As Ireland tries to dig out of its banking crisis, it should refrain from trying to raise cash by foreclosing on its many healthy real estate loans in Boston. (Full article: 397 words)

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