The Central Bank has said GDP will grow at 5.8 per cent this year and 4.7 per cent next year although it has identified a number of risks to the economy including a weaker global economic outlook, continued high levels of household and corporate debt and a high government debt-to-GDP ratio.
In its latest macro-economic review, the bank said the outlook for the Irish economy had improved since its last review in June.
"Stronger domestic demand is...
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