Report shows growth in business confidence in Dublin

Business stability and confidence continues to grow in Dublin, according to a new survey.

According to new research being published by the Dublin Chamber of Commerce, four out of five companies have reported that their level of business has either increased or remained stable over the past three months.

Chamber said that the outlook is even more positive for the next three months, with 91% saying they expect business levels to increase or remain stable, an increase of 5% compared to the last quarter.

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