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Brown, John Murray
July 1997
Accountancy;Jul97, Vol. 120 Issue 1247, p20
Trade Publication
Analyzes economic conditions in Ireland as of 1997. Economic benefits of membership to the European Union; Supply-side factors contributing to the country's improved economic performance; Demographic trends helping transform the economy; Growth opportunities for various industries in the country.


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