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Infrastructure investment crucial for growth says Dublin Chamber

Continued investment in infrastructure is crucial if recent positive trade figures are to be maintained, according to Dublin Chamber of Commerce.

24th April, 2012
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A 10 per cent improvement in air connectivity relative to GDP would add over €100 million per annum to the Irish economy.

Continued investment in infrastructure is crucial if recent positive trade figures are to be maintained, according to Dublin Chamber of Commerce.

Recent Central Statistics Office figures showed exports increasing by 4.2% to € 92,935m, the highest level since 2002. This led to a 2.7 per cent rise in the trade surplus which is now at a record high of €44,697 million.

“Exports are continuing to play a key role in restoring Ireland’s competitiveness and these figures are good...

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