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Ireland

Ireland was the first government to act, sparking the current flurry of activity. On Sept. 30, the government promised depositors that the liabilities of six Irish-owned banks, totaling some $575 billion, would be insured for the next two years. It later broadened the guarantee to cover savings in five foreign-owned institutions.
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