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Ireland must compete to progress

The Irish economy is a remarkable success story. We have achieved consistently higher economic growth rates than most developed countries over the past decade.

10th February, 2007

The Irish economy is a remarkable success story.

We have achieved consistently higher economic growth rates than most developed countries over the past decade. We are now among the better-off countries in the EU and the developed world.

We are also scoring extremely well in international rankings of quality of life - a difficult concept to measure. The 2006 UN Human Development Index ranks us in fourth position, ahead of countries we have long admired,...

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