BRUSSELS, April 9 (Reuters) - European Union state aid regulators approved on Thursday Permanent TSB's restructuring plan after the bailed-out Irish lender pledged to sell low-yielding assets, raise capital and cut costs over the next three years.
The European Commission said the overhaul aimed to return 99.2 percent-state owned PTSB to profit and included a set of commitments during the restructuring period until the end of 2018.
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