In recent decades, Ireland made impressive strides in developing its economy and raising living standards. However, structural reforms remain key to prepare for Ireland’s future fiscal pressures due to rising ageing costs, and the need to ensure adequate supply of affordable housing and enable a sustainable green transition.
Promoting inclusive growth in Ireland in the context of population ageing and continued technological diffusion
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