External Sector: Outlook

January 2012
Ireland Country Monitor;Jan2012, p19
Country Report
The article reports on the external sector outlook in Ireland. It notes that exports have remained positive in which the index measuring export orders of the manufacturing purchasing managers' index (PMI) has decreased in July 2011. It cites that the country is trying to regain its being competitive. It mentions that there is an expectation that imports will improve.


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