Some 'Recovery' Ireland on course to be eurozone's fastest growing economy through to 2024

sport02

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Irish economy to be eurozone's fastest-growing through to 2024

The Irish economy is projected to show GDP growth of 3.5pc in 2018 and average growth of 2.8pc for the period 2020 to 2024, compared to eurozone average growth of 2.2pc and 1.6pc respectively for these periods.
"This strong economic growth in Ireland is based on continued investment and household consumption growth as well as continuing FDI flows," said Feargal O'Rourke, PwC Ireland managing partner.
This is boosted by a favourable business environment, decreasing unemployment as well as positive economic news in the eurozone expected to boost Irish exports."
https://www.google.ie/url?sa=t&source=web&rct=j&url=https://amp.independent.ie/business/irish/irish-economy-to-be-eurozones-fastestgrowing-through-to-2024-36518208.html&ved=0ahUKEwifr6ia_O3YAhVCLcAKHZLYCSIQyM8BCB4wAA&usg=AOvVaw09G6XZAeFTcWVMH4mecb6v&ampcf=1
 


Betson

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Good news , Brexit could be choppy waters ahead but that is out of our control.
 

PBP voter

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Those who upskilled the last few years are going to do well.

:)
 

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The thread will be avoided like the plague by the doomsters.

They continue to hope for a collapse.
 

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PwC under audit investigation after BT Italia scandal

Probe by UK’s accountancy watchdog is latest blow to professional services group

PwC is being investigated by the UK’s accountancy watchdog over its audit of BT following a scandal in its Italian division, marking the latest reputational blow to one of the “Big Four” accountancy firms.


https://www.ft.com/content/c633d452-5c99-11e7-b553-e2df1b0c3220



The managing partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry that the firm stands over its audits of Bank of Ireland, AIB and Bank of Scotland (Ireland) before and after the financial crash in 2008.

https://www.irishtimes.com/business/financial-services/banking-inquiry-pwc-stands-over-past-audits-of-irish-banks-1.2219317

What type of desperate silly little fool would quote PWC :lol:
 

Golden Phoenix

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Shame the state is totally unable to organise housing, health, public transport and education even when the economy is doing so well.
 

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The lost decade is over.

The boom just got boomier.

Etc
 
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sport02

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PwC under audit investigation after BT Italia scandal

Probe by UK’s accountancy watchdog is latest blow to professional services group

PwC is being investigated by the UK’s accountancy watchdog over its audit of BT following a scandal in its Italian division, marking the latest reputational blow to one of the “Big Four” accountancy firms.


https://www.ft.com/content/c633d452-5c99-11e7-b553-e2df1b0c3220



The managing partner of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has told the Oireachtas Banking Inquiry that the firm stands over its audits of Bank of Ireland, AIB and Bank of Scotland (Ireland) before and after the financial crash in 2008.

https://www.irishtimes.com/business/financial-services/banking-inquiry-pwc-stands-over-past-audits-of-irish-banks-1.2219317

What type of desperate silly little fool would quote PWC :lol:
Give it a rest D4. You always have an excuse.
Deal with the facts.

Strange how you only like these organisations when they project negativity.
 

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Shame the state is totally unable to organise housing, health, public transport and education even when the economy is doing so well.
They are well able. But it suits them to torture the non propertied and put ever more wealth into the hands of a few private interests.
 
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The Irish economy like every other economy is built on Eggshells. Since 2008 nothing has been done to fix these economies, we just kicked the can down the road, and when we ran out of road we built a new road.
 

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The economy is doing well in some parts because of the hard work of ordinary decent Irish men and women not the gangsters in power. The gangsters in power have failed to fix and deal with the health crisis, the roads, the banking cartels, the insurance cartels, the drug crisis, the homelessness crisis, the rental crisis, the housing crisis, the public service crisis, the Montrose cartel, the pension crisis, the rural and urban crime crisis, the legal cartel etc....

FG have failed the vast vast majority of us only pandering to the few who have them in their pockets.
 

sport02

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Remember some promised us we would need a second bailout.

Ooops, another warning which failed to materialise.
 

HenryHorace

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So why are FG the largest party in the State ?
Look at the other options. FF, SF, Labour???? I mean ffs. It's comical the lack of talent when it comes to the Irish political scene.
 

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Why did so many tradesmen refuse to upskill?

Why have they such a victim complex?

Why are they still the ones on the dole?

:confused:
 


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