Outlook and Assumptions: Alternative Scenarios

January 2012
Ireland Country Monitor;Jan2012, p4
Country Report
The article provides economic outlook for Ireland including the failure of the European Central Bank (ECB) to cut interest rates, recovery of global economic activity and the end of Eurozone crisis.


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