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ESRI warns on public finances

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ESRI warns on public finances

The ESRI has published its latest Economic Commentary this morning which predicts that GDP will grow by 3.8% and 3.6% in 2017 and 2018. This is exactly in line with its Spring estimates.  The most notable changes in the ESRI’s...

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Brexit impact on the Irish economy is likely to be "negative and material"

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Doing Business in Ireland 2017 report

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Irish unemployment rate revised up but jobs growth still surging

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Varadkar says he would ease new debt target as Taoiseach

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Government confident tax take will get back on track

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Irish Central Bank remains cautious on Brexit

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Irish tax revenues below target for second month

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Irish economy expected to reach full employment next year

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Irish Government lifts economic growth forecasts

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Irish central bank raises growth forecasts

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Ireland to increase 2017 growth forecast

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Budget deficit reduction stalls in first quarter

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Irish households upbeat about economy and employment

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Irish employment is still 100,000 below its 2007 level

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