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Four out of five firms optimistic about future

Four out of five businesses in the Republic are confident about their prospects for the next three years, according to a business confidence survey to be published tomorrow.

13th October, 2007

Four out of five businesses in the Republic are confident about their prospects for the next three years, according to a business confidence survey to be published tomorrow.

However, a significant minority have concerns about the economy, with 15 per cent of companies expecting a ‘‘heavy recession’’ in the years ahead.

The first All-Ireland Quarterly Business Monitor, which was commissioned by the Dublin Chamber of Commerce and BT Ireland, found that 38...

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