Economic Overview

July 2011
Ireland Country Review;2011, p88
Country Report
The article provides an overview of the economic conditions of Ireland since its participation in the European Community in 1973, along with the performance of its agricultural society, macroeconomic stability, and real gross domestic product (GDP).


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