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Irish Economy Grows
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Irish Economy Grows

The Irish economy grew 4.8% in 2014, the fastest pace in Europe, in a sign the country has emerged from its troubled financial chapter since becoming the first eurozone country to exit a bailout program in late 2013, EU news reported. Ireland’s economic growth picked up considerably when it exited a rescue program provided by the EU and IMF after steep budget cuts and other austerity measures.

 

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