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Export growth to slow due to eurozone recession

Irish exports grow by 3.6% in first quarter

2nd May, 2012

Irish export growth is expected to slow this year after a return to recession in the euro zone hit first quarter exports, a new report has said.

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA) said exports of goods and services grew by 3.6 per cent in the first three months, "well below the level required to yield the expected jobs growth expected from the sector this year".

The sector was expected to deliver 30,000 direct jobs and a...

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