Central Bank: Irish economy is set for ‘sustained period of robust growth’
Domestic economic activity is expected to be back at pre-pandemic levels by the end of this year with growth of 7.1 per cent in 2022
The economy is set to enter a “sustained period of robust growth” as Covid-19 restrictions are eased further and domestic demand reaches pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year, the Central Bank has said.
In its latest quarterly bulletin, the financial regulator said it was forecasting modified domestic demand, which strips out much of the distorting effect of the multinational sector in Ireland, to grow by 5.5 per cent in 2021, up...
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