Some articles on increase, significant increase, increases:
... his claim that the National Asset Management Agency (NAMA) would increase the supply of credit into the economy despite the International Monetary Fund (IMF) saying it would not lead to any ... the IMF had told Brian Lenihan in April 2009 that the NAMA would not lead to a significant increase in lending by the banks ... Seelig) do not believe that Nama will result in significant increase in bank lending in Ireland" ...
... an emergency budget overriding the measures previously announced, amounting to a further €3.25bn increases in taxes and reductions in spending ... In February 2010 Brian Cowen defended his claim that the NAMA will increase the supply of credit into the economy despite the International Monetary Fund (IMF) saying it would not lead to any significant increase ... April 2009 that the NAMA would not lead to a significant increase in lending by the banks ...
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