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The economic effect of an all-island economy - 2018

Since partition, the economic strength of the north and the south have gone into reverse. In 1920, 80% of Irish industrial output was in and around Belfast, with Belfast the largest city in the island of Ireland.  The economy of the Republic is now four times larger than that of Northern Ireland, with industrial output ten times larger than that of Northern Ireland.

Author: Paul Gosling

by Oui on Mon Nov 23rd, 2020 at 04:13:45 PM EST

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