The aphorism that the past is always with us as it feeds the present is unfortunately all too relevant to vast areas of public life in Ireland. Ten years on from the financial crisis, the Irish economy remains scarred by the property bust of the last decade. Economists (and, yes, opinion writers) tend to view today’s property data solely through the lens of the previous crash.
Of course, history rarely, if ever, repeats...
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