Tuesday, 16 November 2010

Gideon George Osborne, economic genius

This man is in charge of running the UK economy. What did he think of Ireland's economic policies (i.e. the ones that have bankrupted the country and according to the EU President, might destroy the European Union)? Read it and weep

Look and learn from across the Irish Sea
A generation ago it would have seemed ridiculous to go to Ireland for economics lessons. Not any more.
Ireland stands as a shining example of the art of the possible in long-term economic policymaking, and that is why I am in Dublin: to listen and to learn.
capital will go wherever investment is most attractive. Ireland’s business tax rates are only 12.5 per cent, while Britain's are becoming among the highest in the developed world.
They have freed their markets, developed the skills of their workforce, encouraged enterprise and innovation and created a dynamic economy. They have much to teach us, if only we are willing to learn.

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