Most firms optimistic despite the recession

Four out of five businesses trading North and south of the border have been hit by the recession.

14th March, 2009

Four out of five businesses trading North and south of the border have been hit by the recession. This is according to the findings of a new report by all-island trade body Inter Trade Ireland. Despite this, Inter Trade Ireland’s Business Monitor found that three quarters of the companies surveyed were optimistic about their future prospects.

Demand for goods and services was a big problem for businesses in the current economy, according to...

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