The economic tide is turning. Cranes are reappearing on the Dublin skyline, the unemployment rate is tumbling and even the bubbles are back: Champagne recently returned to the shopping basket used by the Central Statistics Office to measure the cost of living, after a five-year absence.
The latest gross domestic product statistics revealed that Ireland’s economy expanded more than expected last year, growing by 5.2 per cent. That’s a Europe-beating performance, and Minister for Finance...
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