Why the Irish are losing their edge in the Eurozone

The Irish are not being competitive with the Europeans.

They are, in fact, in the bottom three for growth.

The Irish economy shrank by 2.7pc in the 12 months to March.

Growth in the UK was 2.9pc and in France it was 2pc.

The EU is losing its edge on the world stage.

This article was written by Michael Doyle and published by The Irish Daily.