Ireland can grow 4% annually for 20 years says IBEC

The Irish economy has the potential to grow by up to 4 per cent annually, over twice the EU average, over the next 20 years, said IBEC today.

18th April, 2012
IBEC director general Danny McCoy.

The Irish economy has the potential to grow by up to 4 per cent annually, over twice the EU average, over the next 20 years, said IBEC today.

To achieve this, Ireland needs to adapt the “successful economic model that delivered the sustainable, pre-property boom growth of the 1990s” and take decisive steps to address immediate economic challenges, it said.

The employer’s representative body was launching a campaign entitled ‘Driving Ireland’s Recovery campaign: The business...

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