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# Growth

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Small and medium businesses optimistic about economic growth in 2012
Around a third of small and medium businesses say they expect to be more successful next year than they were this year.
Eurozone woes to impact on Irish export growth in 2012, warns NIB
The bank is revising its forecast for Ireland’s export growth down by 1 per cent in light of weaker European trading conditions.
Ireland's economic growth forecast to hit just 1 per cent next year
Moody’s says that the fragility of the state’s economic recovery coupled with recent eurozone pressures mean growth won’t hit the govt target for 2012.
One in five small firms hiring staff in next three months
However, an industry association said the environment is still very challenging for small businesses.
The Daily Fix: Tuesday
In tonight’s Fix: All the latest from #Aras11 ahead of tonight’s debate; why the Universal Social Charge has been good for the government; and has Robbie Williams left Take That?
IMF lowers forecasts for world economic growth
But in its latest World Economic Outlook it has left its projections for Ireland unchanged.
Who's boosting Eurozone GDP growth?
The answer may surprise many – because it’s a country without a government.
Government should cut €4 billion in December budget, says ESRI
Forecasts for the growth of the Irish economy were also lowered in the ESRI’s latest report.
Column: Economic growth won't save us - in fact, we'd be better without it
The manic pursuit of growth tipped Ireland into economic crisis. It’s time to look elsewhere for inspiration, argues sufficiency expert Anne B Ryan.
While Greece riots, Italy passes €47bn austerity plan
Europe’s financial worries deepen as Italy plans for more austerity measures to balance its budget.
5 minutes with Eamon Gilmore
The Tánaiste opens up about lunch with Enda Kenny, iPads, and why he doesn’t read newspapers any more.
CSO reports mixed bag for Ireland's growth
Although GDP grew in the first quarter of 2011, GNP fell, suggesting that the domestic market is still struggling.
The Daily Fix: Sunday
In your rainy Sunday Fix: Gilmore says we can still get an interest rate cut; bad news for growth in Irish businesses; the result of our caption competition; and a bit of Eric Clapton to brighten up your evening.
Half of all businesses in Ireland are contracting or struggling to survive
New research by a body which supports small and medium enterprises finds that the rising cost of overheads such as energy is a key concern for many businesses in Ireland.
Online advertising spend grows by 13.5 per cent in 2010
Outlook for 2011 is similarly sunny with 78 per cent of survey participants predicting further growth in internet advertising.
The Daily Fix: Monday
Catch up on today’s main news stories.
IMF cuts Ireland's growth rate forecast
In its World Economic Outlook report, the IMF also expects unemployment in Ireland to average 14.5 per cent for 2011.
Mobile phone company 3 to create 50 new jobs
Company growth due in a large part to the surge in popularity of smartphones.
Subway overtakes McDonald's as the world's largest restaurant chain
The golden arches has been surpassed by the footlong sub.