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David McWilliams: All set for a cracker of a Christmas

The conversation is changing when it comes to our economic recovery

20th December, 2015
Last Friday, the ESRI published its most optimistic forecast in years

This Christmas, many of us are heading to family in different parts of the country, lots are returning home and yet more are coming back to Ireland from abroad. Conversations in houses will vary, but lots of families, particularly those from the country, will look around their hometown or village and speculate as to what has changed.

In the past seven years, most of those conversations will have centred on what place closed up or...

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