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Exchange Rate on :National Currency: Euro (EUR)
As a high-tech and services based economy that is highly dependent on trade, Ireland—known as the ‘Celtic Tigre’ in the early 2000s for its strong economic performance—was hit hard by the economic crisis. It now records a large deficit (1.5% of GDP in 2015), but one that has steadily decreased since 2010. The economy has been showing other signs of recovery since 2014.
Note: (*) The HDI, Human Development Index, is an Indicator Which Synthesizes Several Data Such as Life Expectancy, Level of Education, Professional Careers, Access to Culture etc.
To call from Ireland, dial 00
To call Ireland, dial +353
Foreign Trade in Figures
|Foreign Trade Indicators||2012||2013||2014||2015||2016|
|Imports of Goods (million USD)||62,769||65,853||73,089||71,336||75,385|
|Exports of Goods (million USD)||116,773||114,356||118,908||120,439||128,085|
|Imports of Services (million USD)||119,615||123,550||145,054||151,566||191,939|
|Exports of Services (million USD)||109,507||122,703||134,651||127,713||146,678|
Source: WTO – World Trade Organisation, 2017
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