THE GOVERNMENT of
The country's finance ministry said it had raised €100m (£82.5m) from the debt sale, conducted as a private placement on the
The country's credit rating was slashed in 2012, and a bailout by international lenders followed in 2013, in exchange for which the government agreed to bring in a bank deposit levy, skimming revenue from individual bank accounts in the country.
Two other crisis-hit countries in the Eurozone returned to the bond markets after lengthy absences this month: both the Greek and Portuguese governments marketed debt with yields falling to much lower levels than those seen in recent years.
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