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Leo Varadkar’s task is even more challenging than Enda Kenny’s

11th June, 2017

It can be difficult to sift through the reams of analysis of the Irish economy and gauge whether to be confident or pessimistic about its future.

When even the best-paid and best-educated economists differ, it can be even harder for ordinary taxpayers – who in large part fuel the Irish economy – to know whether to spend or save, invest or hoard.

Worryingly, it is no less difficult for the politicians who are tasked with...

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