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During the past five years, the annual growth rate of Ireland’s GNP has halved – from the heady heights of 10%, enjoyed during the boom years of 1995-2000, to around 5%. However, it is predicted that, in the absence of major shocks in the world economy, this level of growth can be sustained over the next few years.

 

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