The Irish economy is approaching a fork in the road. According to the Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe, echoing the words of his predecessor, Michael Noonan, there are two paths down which it could travel.
On one of these paths, the economy can continue its extraordinary growth trajectory, turbocharged by corporate tax revenues and higher wages. That would allow the government to implement a €2.8 billion package of spending increases and tax cuts in the...
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