Gurdgiev: Irish growth rate increasingly resembles imaginary numbers

Gurdgiev: Irish growth rate increasingly resembles imaginary numbers
CSO large cases unit deals with 75 big companies to compile GDP figures

ESRI's forecast fails to fully reflect economic uncertainty, writes Constantin Gurdgiev

Ever since the official rebirth of the Celtic Tiger in 3Q 2013, Irish economy has been posting growth figures that are increasingly resembling imaginary numbers rather than real increases in the tangible value added.

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