Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
The latest Dublin Economic Monitor has shown signs of recovery despite the city’s economy suffering during the first five months of this year. The monitor, published by Dublin’s four local authorities, showed that construction was the worst hit sector due to the ban on building activity during the first quarter of the year. The main contributor to the poor economic showing in Dublin from January to April, however, was the 20 per cent reduction in...
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