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Some recovery: Irish construction sector falls at fastest rate since 2013.

PO'Neill

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Some recovery.

I can see it going through the floor next year. Even if Brexit happens in January it will be 7-8 years before a trade deal is sorted or it's going to be WTO rules with a few months.
 

Dublin 4

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Dublin 4

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Some recovery.

I can see it going through the floor next year. Even if Brexit happens in January it will be 7-8 years before a trade deal is sorted or it's going to be WTO rules with a few months.
Can you or I add "Some Recovery" to the Title please?
 

Ted

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Hopefully lack of housing will deter people from coming here. We have enough people on this island.
Pfftt! We need another three million + in order to become properly self-sustaining.
The native Irish are busily contracepting and aborting their young, so something has to give.
Fine Gael-Fianna Fail is the real housing problem.
 
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