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We shouldn't judge real confidence levels by the amount of swagger from Taoiseach Enda Kenny while he was meeting Barack Obama and Steven Spielberg last week, writes Richard Curran.

24th March, 2013
Ireland has enjoyed some genuinely good news recently.

We shouldn't judge real confidence levels by the amount of swagger from Taoiseach Enda Kenny while he was meeting the likes of Barack Obama and Steven Spielberg last week. That might be a little unscientific, and not too reliable.

But Ireland has enjoyed some genuinely good news recently with sovereign debt deals, a quasi-return to the markets by the NTMA, actual economic growth in 2012, net employment increases (albeit tiny ones) and record exports. People...

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