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The man who coined the phrase ‘Celtic tiger’ believes that all of the primary drivers of the original economic progress in Ireland still remain Kevin Gardiner may have coined the phrase ‘‘Celtic tiger’’ to encapsulate the progress the Irish economy h

17th October, 2009

The man who coined the phrase ‘Celtic tiger’ believes that all of the primary drivers of the original economic progress in Ireland still remain Kevin Gardiner may have coined the phrase ‘‘Celtic tiger’’ to encapsulate the progress the Irish economy had made at the start of the big boom years, but he is reluctant to place any new snappy label on the current state of affairs.

Gardiner, who is...

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