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Morgan Stanley: Ireland’s growth ‘set to slow’

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer

@whytebarry
2nd August, 2015
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Ireland may be the fastest growing eurozone economy according to Morgan Stanley

Ireland may be the fastest growing eurozone economy, but its long-term prospects are far less positive, according to a new report from the US investment bank Morgan Stanley.

“Alas, Ireland’s long-term potential is lower than [the] current bumper growth,” according to the report, written by the bank’s research department. “It seems certain that the Irish growth potential is unlikely to return to the rates seen before the crisis.”...

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