Thursday February 20, 2020

Four challenges facing Lane’s Central Bank

Stephen Kinsella takes a look at some issues likely to arise in the near future

12th November, 2017

No economy in Europe exhibits the same volatility as Ireland. We boom, we bust. We do it all the time. Even compared to countries like Greece, Spain and Portugal, we are all over the place. This is because of our openness as an economy, and because of the way previous governments have spent the surpluses of a growing economy, buying off any lobby group making a loud enough noise.

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