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Irish growth still struggling but recovery lies ahead - report

A weak opening quarter means that Irish GDP growth will struggle to pick up this year from the paltry 0.2 per cent recorded in 2012, according to the latest economic outlook report from Ulster Bank.

28th August, 2013
Ulster Bank headquarters in Dublin.

A weak opening quarter means that Irish GDP growth will struggle to pick up this year from the paltry 0.2 per cent recorded in 2012, according to the latest economic outlook report from Ulster Bank.

But the bank said that weakness in GDP growth should not detract from “important evidence of emerging domestic recovery, with improved trends in employment, property prices and underlying investment (even home-building) offering a more encouraging read on the economy at present.”...

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