Irish economy to grow by 13.6% by end of 2021, as unemployment rate falls to 7%

16/12/2021 12:05:00

The domestic economy is set to have increased by 6.2%, due to an increase in household spending.

The Irish economy is set to have grown by 13.6% by the end of 2021, as the unemployment rate falls to 7%

The domestic economy is set to have increased by 6.2%, due to an increase in household spending.

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Government playing a blinder Did they get these figures from the same place as David Drumm got figures for the bank bailout ?,'pulled out of his arse'. We live in a country with a high amount of low paid workers but ironically we have the highest paid politicians and civil service? Banana Republic These are propped up smoke screened statistics, fact of the matter is when the crash comes the gov will blame COVID but the fact is the crash will have been caused by the idiotic decisions they have made during COVID!

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