Irish central bank upgrades 2004 growth forecast

The central bank of Ireland has upgraded its forecast for economic growth but said the euro's strength would reduce exporters competitiveness. In its quarterly bulletin, published on Thursday 18 December, it said the Irish economy has shown flexibility and resilience in the relatively difficult environment of recent times.

Source: AFP

Ireland's Central Bank upgraded prospects for economic growth next year in its quarterly bulletin published on Thursday but warned that a soaring euro would hit

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