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Obama victory best for Irish business: survey

Irish businesses believe that a victory for Barack Obama in the US presidential race would be more helpful to the Irish economy than if John McCain came to power.

2nd August, 2008

Irish businesses believe that a victory for Barack Obama in the US presidential race would be more helpful to the Irish economy than if John McCain came to power.

According to a business sentiment survey carried out by IIB Bank and the accountants’ body ICAI, more than half of Irish businesses feel the outcome of the US election will not make a substantial difference to the Irish economic outlook.

However, of those expressing a...

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