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September 2014

Economists are confident that the economy is growing but employers still arenít in the mood to hand out salary increases

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August 2014

Revisions to how R&D spend is accounted for, and putting a value on the sex and drugs trades, has made Irelandís economy bigger overnight

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July 2014

The rise of left-wing parties in the May local elections seems to have made consumers fearful of more taxes

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June 2014

Government tax coffers were swelled by Ä450m through the first quarter as consumers started to splurge again on new cars

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May 2014

The governmentís Action Plan for Jobs is having little impact in reducing the scourge of long-term unemployment

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April 2014

Ireland narrowly avoided recession in 2013 according to the Gross Domestic Product measure of economic growth

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March 2014

Blockbuster drugs coming off patent was the main reason for the decline in the value of exports from Ireland in 2013

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February 2014

Property prices are roaring ahead, especially in Dublin, but any feel-good factor has yet to make an impact at the shop tills

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Economic Outlook 2014

Trends in domestic demand and retail sales suggest a difficult trading environment for many SMEs. But employment data augurs well for 2014


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