Last week’s pronouncement that the Irish economy had moved out of recession for the first time since 2007, was undermined by a series of other poor results.
The figures from the Central Statistics Office (CSO) jarred with other data which showed that unemployment had risen last month to 13.4 per cent, a 16-year high.
The Live Register figures reveal that the number of people claiming unemployment benefits hit a new record high of 452,882, a...
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