Numbers don’t stack up for minimum wage hike

23rd July, 2017

Each year, the National Competitiveness Council publishes a report benchmarking Ireland’s competitiveness performance. The scorecard provides a comprehensive assessment of Ireland’s competitiveness performance, using over 125 statistical indicators. Last week, it reported that the overall economic outlook for Ireland is positive, but that the country’s strong economic performance is masking threats to competitiveness. It found that the sustainability of growth is under threat if efforts are not redoubled to improve competitiveness, highlighting the potential negative...

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