Caught between two powers

The dollar appears eventually to be going the way every economist has been predicting for the past ten years: downwards.

2nd December, 2006

The dollar appears eventually to be going the way every economist has been predicting for the past ten years: downwards. How far it will go is anyone’s guess, but it will have ramifications. What does it mean for us, the most American-dependent country in Europe? And what does it mean for global economic relations?

An interesting way to view the global economy of the future - the theatre where we, the Irish, will...

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