More than a year and a half after taking control of Dublin-based Anglo Irish Bank, the Irish government announced on Wednesday that it will move ahead with plans to split the troubled lender into two parts.

Saddled with a crushing debt load, Anglo Irish has teetered on the edge of insolvency since the collapse of Ireland’s economy — once dubbed the Celtic Tiger — amid the global economic downturn two years ago.

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