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Irish economic growth remains uneven across the country, EY says

Growth remains on track to outpace all other EU member states in 2015

7th December, 2015
EY expects GDP growth of 5.8% this year

Irish economic growth remains on track to outperform all other EU member states in 2015 although economic performance remains uneven across the country, a new report says.

In its latest winter forecast, EY said it expects GDP growth of 5.8 per cent this year and 4.3 per cent next year, boosted by a return of confidence to the domestic market and an exceptional export performance.

"The bounce-back of the domestic economy in 2015 has helped lift Ireland to...

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