Tax cuts hard to justify, says ESRI
In its latest economic commentary, the think-tank favours a ‘holding’ budget, mainly because of Brexit risks and the need for housing investment
The Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI) has upgraded its forecasts for the Irish economy for this year and next year, on the back of a fall in imports and faster than expected growth in the domestic economy.
In its latest economic commentary, the think-tank also favours a ‘holding’ budget – one that neither stimulates nor shrinks the economy – mainly because of the risks of a no-deal Brexit....
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