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Economic Survey of Ireland 2015



Executive Summary, Assessment & Recommendations, Overview

Strong economic growth has returned to Ireland, Flyer

Ireland needs to sustain reform momentum to secure economic recovery and ensure it benefits all, Press release

Remarks by OECD Secretary-General Angel Gurría

Ireland…trading in the global talent pool, Blog

Ireland’s economy: Still riding the globalisation wave, article from OECD Observer by David Haugh 

Determined policy efforts have boosted confidence and underpinned the robust, broad-based recovery now underway in Ireland. Unemployment is falling steadily, the budget deficit is declining, public debt has peaked and continues to fall and international credibility has been strengthened.

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The Secretariat's draft report was prepared for the Committee by David Haugh, Yosuke Jin, Alberto Gonzales Pandiella and Muge Adalet Mcgowan under the supervision of Patrick Lenain. Damien Azzopardi, Penelope Silice and Elika Athari provided the statistical research assistance, and Brigitte Beyeler, Mikel Inarritu and Anthony Bolton provided the administrative support.

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