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Internal issues that can hurt a business

The economic downturn isn't the only problem facing companies in this country, writes Michael O'Leary.

7th April, 2012
Personal finance and shareholders issues are contributing to growing pressures on struggling Irish businesses. Photo: Thinkstock

Since the recession hit in the second half of 2008, most businesses have struggled and are experiencing difficulty in starting to grow again.

If the eurozone debt position can be stabilised, businesses will be looking for increased confidence to get things moving again.

However, Irish businesses are also experiencing added pressures from the problems facing the owners.

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