Economic Overview

Coleman, Denise Youngblood
July 2013
Ireland Country Review;2013, p115
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The article offers an overview of Ireland's economy, including the country's economic performance, its economic and banking crises and impact of Greece's debt crisis on the Euro Zone.


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