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  • Irish Republic And Northern Ireland
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    Republic of Ireland Business Research Proposal History On April 18, 1949, Former Eire became the Republic of Ireland, formally free of allegiance to the British crown and no longer a member of the Commonwealth of Nations. Following the next month, the British Parliament confirmed the status of Northern Ireland as part of the United Kingdom until its own parliament chose otherwise. The deal allowed Ireland to retain the economic benefits of Commonwealth membership and it extended to Irish citizen...
  • Ireland's Population
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    Need Potential of Ireland The population of Ireland in 1998 was estimated to be 3,626,952. Included in this population were 1,800,232 males and 1,826,720 females. Ireland's population has been steadily increasing over the past ten years and is expected to grow at the same steady rate for the next five years. The increase in population has been attributed the increase in birthrate. The ratio of men to woman has made a tremendous change from year to year. Until 1996 the male population had been th...
  • Economic History 2 1 Overview Ireland
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    Developing viable regions: Ireland - the attack of the Celtic Tiger INDEX 1. Introduction... 32. Economic history... 42.1. Overview... 42.2. Reasons for the Irish success story... 62.2. 1. The impact on production through FDI... 62.2. 2. The impact of foreign owned companies... 72.2. 3. External trade... 82.2. 4. 'Tax-cut policies'... 92.2. 5. Changes in education... 93. FDI from a Government perception... 103.1. Policies attracting FDI... 83.1. 1. Pricing Strategy... 113.1. 2. Differentiation S...
  • City In Northern Ireland
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    Title: Red Hand of Ulster Description: The Red Hand of Ulster is the official seal of the O'Neill family. It is believed to originate from a mythical tale wherein two chieftains were racing across a stretch of water in a bid to be the first to reach the land and claim it as his own. Realising his foe would touch the land first, one chieftain cut off his hand and threw it onto the shore, thereby claiming the land before his adversary reached it. Title: Shamrock Description: Legend has it that the...
  • O The Policy
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    Main reasons of the "Irish miracle" After decades of poor economic performance, the Irish government adopted major changes in economic policy in 1987. While the about-turn in Ireland's fiscal policy did not have an immediate impact, the key elements of the "Irish miracle" were in place from the start of the 1990's and were to strengthen throughout the decade. 1. First, the economic situation was cleaned up. o The policy of fiscal tightening (spending cuts) to reduce the budget deficit o Commitme...
  • Growth Rate Of The Irish Economy
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    GDP GROWTH Ireland - the Celtic Tiger (This is my section) I'll obviously focus on Ireland. The Celtic Tiger, Ireland has benefited incredibly from its membership in the European Union, both through financial aid and through inward investment by companies opening factories in the country to gain access to European markets and take advantage of the country's low rate of corporation tax. As you can see, Ireland has been growing a remarkable rate, due mainly to a pro- business stance, low corporate...

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