Outlook and Assumptions: Outlook

November 2011
Ireland Country Monitor;Nov2011, p3
Country Report
The article focuses on the economic outlook in Ireland. It says that there is an increased risk of export-led recovery as a result of the worsening global economic outlook while a decline in overall investment will remain. It states that a very modest Irish economic growth is expected in 2011 and will accelerate in 2012 as a result of the turnaround of the current-account deficit into surplus in 2010. Moreover, a forecasted volatility will remain unless the Greek crisis is contained.


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