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"Our public finances appear much stronger than they fundamently are"

The Irish economy looks set to register strong growth again in 2019 with GDP likely to increase b...

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17.54 12 Dec 2019


"Our public finances appear much stronger than they fundamently are"


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17.54 12 Dec 2019


The Irish economy looks set to register strong growth again in 2019 with GDP likely to increase by almost 6 per cent in the current year. While certain multinational related transactions are distorting the headline figures, the large increase in taxation receipts and the continued strong performance of the Irish labour market means the underlying economy is performing well.  Well to take a look ahead to the coming years finances, Professor Alan Barrett CEO of ESRI joined Ivan in studio.


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