By Hugo Dixon
LONDON, Feb 18 (Reuters Breakingviews) - In a world where it is increasingly fashionable to call for central banks to print money, the German central bank is one of the last bastions of orthodoxy. Although its stance is extreme, it is a useful antidote to the theory that easy money is a cost-free cure to economic ills.
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- Irish government presentation on liquidation of IBRC: http://link.reuters.com/nur95t
- Adair Turner speech: http://link.reuters.com/mur95t
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