Monday July 6, 2020

SBP editorial: Post-election delays may put recovery at risk

6th March, 2016

By this time in 2011, the new government was as good as formed. There was a rush to get the Fine Gael/ Labour coalition up and running, because the country was in such a dire economic state.

Fine Gael and Labour might note that the lack of urgency seen so far in forming a government is only made possible because the economy is now more stable. Nonetheless, there is a growing realisation across the political system...

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