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The term Celtic Tiger has been widely used to describe the economic transformation that has taken place in Ireland in the 1990s. The figures are indeed impressive: GDP has grown by an average of 9% since 1993. Growth has been higher than all other OECD countries for the past 4 years and will be again in 1999


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