Speeding economy’s red light

It is worth recalling that the Annual Competitiveness Report published by state agency Forfas was the source for many of the claims made by Eddie Hobbs’ Rip Off Republic, which so angered the government last summer.

14th October, 2006

It is worth recalling that the Annual Competitiveness Report published by state agency Forfas was the source for many of the claims made by Eddie Hobbs’ Rip Off Republic, which so angered the government last summer.

National Competitiveness Council chairman Don Thornhill doesn’t adopt the irreverent tone favoured by Hobbs, but you certainly couldn’t accuse him of pulling his punches in his latest annual report, which was published last week.

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