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To get an accurate picture of the current state of Irish insolvency, it is illuminating to speak to someone at the coalface.

24th February, 2013
Barry Forrest sees some chinks of light.

If you want to know about the price of Brussels sprouts, you should ask a greengrocer. Similarly, to get an accurate picture of the current state of Irish insolvency, it is illuminating to speak to someone at the coalface.

Barry Forrest of Forrest and Co has been one of Ireland's leading insolvency experts for 30 years, and his prognosis on the state of the nation is not particularly encouraging at the moment - though he...

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