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Ireland 2013

As the Irish economy enters what is expected to be it’s third consecutive year of growth, there is a greater sense of renewed confidence than in 2012, which was in itself a turning point. The flexible nature of the Irish economy has allowed for a considerable adjustment in competitiveness which in turn has allowed Ireland to remain a key location for international investment, from US multi-nationals in particular. Exports have and will continue to lead economic activity - with the value of exports exceeding €92 billion in 2012,the highest level in a decade.

Source : Savills

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