Growing pains: Central Bank warns of overheating pressures

The regulator’s report echoes recent warnings that Ireland is reliant on a relatively small number of companies for a large chunk of its corporation tax revenue

15th June, 2018
Central Bank's latest risk assessment

The Central Bank’s latest report on the Irish economy and the financial system has highlighted the risks posed by Brexit, high debt levels, changes in international corporate tax arrangements and a turn towards protectionism.

The bank’s first macro-financial review of 2018 gives an overview of the Irish financial situation and identifies potential risks to the finances of government, businesses and households.

“Stronger growth could add to overheating pressures if not managed prudently,”...

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