Handle with care: Europe’s economy is fragile
All eyes may be on the impact Brexit will have on Ireland, but a slowdown across Europe should also be a cause for concern this year
Rightly, most of the attention last week was on events across the Irish Sea and on the potential impact of Brexit on Ireland.
We’ve heard plenty of arguments that Britain’s departure from the EU - assuming it does actually leave - will result in Armageddon for its economy and damage to our own. But what impact would Brexit have on the rest of Europe?
There have been assumptions that just because...
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