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Economy: Stephen Kinsella: Crisis? What crisis? This crisis

The world is falling down...I’m really worried that no one is talking about it here

24th January, 2016

Unemployment is falling. In Ireland. Inflation is not a problem. In Ireland. Growth is resurgent. In Ireland. Debt levels for households and the government are falling. In Ireland. Trade with the rest of the world is growing. In Ireland. Migration is not a daily issue obsessing policy makers. In Ireland.

But what about the rest of the world? This will be an exercise in changing focus.

First, let’s look at the island of Ireland and...

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