Threats, opportunities and lessons learned

As the CSO figures published last week indicated definitively, Ireland's economy is now growing quickly. The recovery has truly taken hold.

21st September, 2014

As the CSO figures published last week indicated definitively, Ireland's economy is now growing quickly. The recovery has truly taken hold.

But threats remain. The eurozone is mired in debt, economic stagnation and political stasis. Forthcoming banking stress tests will cause the markets to hold their breath. The international situation, from the Middle East to the Ukraine, is more uncertain than at any time in decades.

Domestically, our national debt remains at a dangerously high...

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