Northern Ireland: Slowly picking up the pace
Despite the political stalemate and drop-off in deals activity during the past year, Northern Ireland is now starting to see the work pick up
A sluggish economy intertwined with political stalemate has meant that during the past year Northern Ireland’s law firms have seen less of the business activity they enjoyed in the immediate aftermath of the Good Friday Agreement.
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