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David McWilliams: Why our economy will be robust in 2016

US money will soon become an even bigger factor

3rd January, 2016
2016 is set to be a year of real growth for our economy Picture: RollingNews

Over the past few weeks, some readers of this column have been a bit perplexed by my confidence about the economy and why I believe that the basis for this recovery is stronger than at any stage since the mid-1990s, when Ireland truly was experiencing something of a miracle.

Let us examine, ahead of work tomorrow, why there are reasons for guarded optimism. I am not going to cover every single factor that impacts...

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