Ireland faces lost decade without change of strategy, says TASC

Ireland is facing into a lost decade and is failing the stress test of the economic shock, according to economic think-tank TASC.

15th March, 2012

Ireland is facing into a lost decade and is failing the stress test of the economic shock, according to economic think-tank TASC.

“Unless we adopt a new economic strategy, the Irish economy will continue failing the stress test of this crisis”, said TASC Head of Policy Sinéad Pentony.

Pentony was addressing a seminar on the ‘Eurozone Crisis – Future Outcomes for Ireland’ being hosted today by Eolas. She told the seminar...

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