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Irish economy grew 7.8 per cent in 2015

GDP rose at 9.2 per cent in q4

10th March, 2016
Ireland is fastest-growing region in Euro economy. Pic: Pixabay

Gross domestic product rose an annual 9.2 per cent in the fourth quarter, the Central Statistics Office said this morning.

From the previous quarter, the economy grew 2.7 per cent, quickening from a revised 1.5 per cent in the third quarter.

Consumer spending rose 3.1 per cent in the fourth quarter from the year earlier, government spending dropped 6.8 per cent and gross capital formation increased...

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