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GNP in surprise 4.3% rise, GDP flat

UPDATE: Ireland’s GDP remained unchanged in the second quarter compared but GNP registered a 4.3 per cent increase, according to the latest data from the CSO.

20th September, 2012

Ireland’s GDP (gross domestic product) remained unchanged in the second quarter but GNP (gross national product) registered a 4.3 per cent increase, according to the latest data from the Central Statistics Office.

Sunday Business Post editor Cliff Taylor said that on this occasion, the GDP number provided a more accurate picture of the economy.

"GNP rose by 4.3 per cent, but the detail of the figures suggests that this is because of a fall...

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