The Central Statistics Office has said that a huge increase in the Irish economy's growth rate last year was partly due to a movement by overseas companies to transfer their tax base here.
The CSO revised the growth figures for last year to show that gross domestic product (GDP) jumped by a massive 26.3 per cent and gross national product (GNP) by 18.7 per cent. These are much higher than the previous estimates (7.8 per...
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