Ashoka Mody "dismayed" at conduct of Irish leadership throughout economic crisis
The former head of the IMF’s mission to Ireland says the government cannot claim credit for the economic recovery – and he is concerned about the country’s reliance on exports to fuel growth.
In a column for The Sunday Business Post, to be published this week, Ashoka Mody also says Ireland needs to lessen its dependence on low corporation tax to win foreign investment.
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