Monday April 6, 2020

Fewer CEOs positive on Irish economy

PwC survey shows political uncertainty a key worry

14th July, 2016
Most Irish COs still planning growth Pic: Pixabay

A survey of Irish chief executives has found a sharp drop in confidence about the Irish economy, while political uncertainty is a concern. The survey, by PwC, was carried out before the outcome of Britain's referendum on leaving the EU.

83 per cent saw political uncertainty as one of the main risks to growth. The outcome of the US elections and volatility in China are also worrying Irish CEOs.

Despite the uncertainties, a large majority of...

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