Competitiveness is key to surviving global meltdown

Ireland’s competitive tailspin, as highlighted by the recent World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report - which showed a fall from 11th in 2001 to 22nd - is consistent with the overall decline of the economy.

5th July, 2008

Ireland’s competitive tailspin, as highlighted by the recent World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report - which showed a fall from 11th in 2001 to 22nd - is consistent with the overall decline of the economy.

The reality is that we are not facing a potential crisis, the crisis is already upon us. But just how did our economy become the toast of the EU, with the highest economic growth, lowest inflation, highest...

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