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History of Ireland’s economy has been on a steady decline for decades, with the country’s economy languishing amid the global economic crisis.
The Irish economy, which has been one of the most stable in the European Union, has been hit by falling consumer confidence and a lack of demand in key sectors such as retail and transport, which contributed to the country suffering the highest unemployment rate in Europe.
However, some economists have argued that the country could have avoided this recession had the country had more stability in the economy and a better employment picture.
Ireland, which suffered a prolonged recession in the mid-2000s, was able to recover by investing heavily in its healthcare sector, and is now hoping to revive its economy by adding hundreds of thousands of jobs.
Ireland’s current unemployment rate is the highest in the EU, but analysts say the number of people out of work will likely continue to rise.
While some analysts have speculated that the Irish economy could be able to improve further if it were more stable, some experts say the country has been able to maintain stability thanks to its highly skilled workforce.
However the growth of the Irish government has slowed due to austerity measures introduced by the Irish prime minister, Enda Kenny, and austerity measures implemented by the previous government, which also included a tax increase on the middle class.
Many experts say Ireland’s future is in doubt, and many say the only way to salvage the country from its current economic and social problems is to move to a more stable fiscal position.