Friday February 28, 2020

Corporate Recovery & Restructuring: Ireland's fortunes may be turning once again

The seven-year winter of Irish discontent may not yet have been made glorious summer.

14th September, 2014

The seven-year winter of Irish discontent may not yet have been made glorious summer, but the first tentative signs of a thaw have stirred in the economy, bringing with them the hope of an end to the slide, and of a genuine recovery based on sound economic principles.

While some commentators are already speaking of a second property bubble, and warning of the inability of the Irish to learn the hard lessons, the upturn in...

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