Irish accountants more pessimistic than their peers

Irish accountants are more pessimistic than their international counterparts about the future of the economy, according to a new global survey.

20th November, 2010

Irish accountants are more pessimistic than their international counterparts about the future of the economy, according to a new global survey.

Only about a quarter of Irish accountants, surveyed by the Association of Chartered Certified Accountant s (ACCA), believed the global economy was in, or close to, recovery and more than half believed it would remain stagnant for some time yet.

This is much more pessimistic than the global view where less than half believed...

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