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Redundancies Up Over 33% In Ireland In Just One Q

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http://www.businessworld.ie/livenews.htm?a...rollingnews.htm

Job losses rise by a third in Q1 of '06

Tuesday, April 04 09:51:50

(BizWorld)

Redundancies rose by more than a thd in the first quarter of the year from the level of the same period last year, official figures show.
The figures may get worse before they get better
. Recently announced job losses from companies such as NEC in Co Meath and Fruit of the Loom and Magee in Co Donegal are not contained in the first quarter figures, and will not feature until later this years.

All bad things come to an end it seems. Could Ireland be pricing itself out of the competitive market place? Could it be that business is shifting to Asia where people do not have to earn so much to pay for houses? Could it be that the inevitable is, indeed, inevitable?

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Could Ireland be pricing itself out of the competitive market place? Could it be that business is shifting to Asia where people do not have to earn so much to pay for houses? Could it be that the inevitable is, indeed, inevitable?

Yes.

Yes.

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Yes!

We're seeing the same here but our politicos see fit to hide the truth from the masses lest the whole stack of cards fall down.

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