Sunday July 12, 2020

"Work harder, cut costs": competitiveness council to Irish business

NCC launches Costs of Doing Business in Ireland 2016 report

21st April, 2016
Downside risks. Pic: Pixabay

Although the Irish economy is currently experiencing rapid growth, the council’s report said, the global economy is not proving as robust, and the future growth prospects are far from certain.

“To protect the gains achieved to date, to further embed and sustain the recovery, and to ultimately spread the benefits of economic growth to all, we must continue to enhance all aspects of our competitiveness,” according to the NCC’s report....

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