Tuesday October 20, 2020

Linesight's data and trends index is upbeat for Ireland

20th September, 2020
Apartments at Parkgate Street in Dublin 8: there is continued activity across the construction industry in Ireland

The global construction consultancy firm's European division forecasts employment in the building industry will be will be back close to 2019 levels, but says Brexit uncertainty is leading to supply chain pressures

Covid-19, a possible hard Brexit, high unemployment figures, an economy officially in recession and sector sentiment at an all time low; it would be easy to feel somewhat despondent about the overall health of the Irish...

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