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Taking a punt on Ireland’s economic future

8th October, 2011

Taking a punt on Ireland’s economic future

There is some support in Ireland for the idea that we should consider leaving the euro. Currency devaluation, after all, has preceded periods of economic expansion – most notably the devaluation of January 1991.

Proving cause and effect here is another matter, of course, but most people would accept that the economy did get a competitiveness boost back then, which helped us to take advantage of a...

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