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Outlook for Ireland remains positive

The IMF’s latest report has concluded that our economy is highly dynamic, writes Siobhán Maguire

23rd June, 2019

There was good news for Ireland last week when the IMF published its review of the country’s economic landscape.

The Article IV report, a strategic review of the Irish economy and government policies, sets out the views of IMF staff on the current position of the economy and its future prospects, providing recommendations to maintain continued strong economic performance.

Its conclusion: that the Irish economy continues to be among the most dynamic in...

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