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Rising costs set to stifle spending

Rising inflation, higher mortgage repayments and ballooning energy, health and education costs will leave many consumers feeling the pinch from the rising cost of living.

12th August, 2006

Rising inflation, higher mortgage repayments and ballooning energy, health and education costs will leave many consumers feeling the pinch from the rising cost of living.

These fears are compounded by the fact that Ireland is already the most expensive country in the eurozone.

So prices are rising from an already high base.

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