Irish entrepreneurs gloomy about the credit crunch

Irish entrepreneurs are some of the most pessimistic in the world about the credit crunch in 2009, according to a new international study.

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Ian Kehoe

31st January, 2009

Irish entrepreneurs are some of the most pessimistic in the world about the credit crunch in 2009, according to a new international study.

Of a study across 36 countries, Irish businesses were the third gloomiest about the availability of credit, according to a Grant Thornton international business report, to be released this week.

Irish businesses ranked behind only Thailand and Belgium in their pessimism for this year, with 80 per cent of all businesses surveyed in Ireland...

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