Monday June 1, 2020

Conscious uncoupling from Britain starts now

7th August, 2016

The Sunday Business Post has repeatedly called for an end to excessive government spending in times of greater economic uncertainty. Before Budget 2016, we joined the IMF, the European Commission, the ESRI and the Fiscal Council in warning against stimulating an economy in obvious recovery. Next year will be the year of Brexit, the year the Irish economy demonstrates how independent it is, or isn’t, from its nearest neighbour. As World War II began, almost...

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