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In the News (Mon 19 Aug 19)

  
  The Celtic Tiger ... Where the Irish economic boom came from : An anarchist look at the Irish economy
The Celtic Tiger has thus become a metaphor around which a new 26 county 'national' consensus is being defined.
The Celtic Tiger is at the heart of this growth in racism because it assumes bosses have our best interest at heart.
It is claimed that the phrase 'Celtic Tiger' was first used on 31st August, 1994 but was not prominent in the news as that was also the day of the IRA cease-fire.
flag.blackened.net /revolt/ws98/ws53_tiger.html   (2867 words)

  
  Celtic Tiger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
"The Celtic Tiger" is a nickname for the Republic of Ireland during its period of rapid economic growth between the 1990s and 2001 or 2002.
During the Celtic Tiger period, Ireland was transformed from one of the poorest countries in Western Europe to one of the wealthiest.
The song "Celtic Tiger" by Damien Dempsey also relates to the increase in housing costs and its effect on the younger generation.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Celtic_Tiger   (3200 words)

  
 Celtic Tiger
The invincible spirit of the Celtic Tiger is the thread that draws the images together weaving a tapestry that is a celebration in dance drama.
Celtic Tiger has been described as a highly charged and innovative show with breathtaking special effects making it not quite a stage show and not quite a feature film but uniquely somewhere in between.
Celtic Tiger is a thunderous spectacle that is set to become a global phenomenon thrilling audiences around the world.
www.azirishmusic.com /Article_Celtic_Tiger.htm   (429 words)

  
 Baltic Tiger - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Baltic Tiger is a term used to refer to any of the three Baltic states – Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania – during their periods of economic boom, which started after the year 2000 and continues up to the present moment.
The term is modelled on East Asian Tigers and Celtic Tiger, which were used to describe the economic boom periods in parts of East Asia and the Republic of Ireland, respectively.
After 2000, the Baltic Tiger economies implemented important economic reforms and liberalisation, which, coupled with their fairly low-wage and skilled labour force, attracted large amounts of foreign investment and economic growth.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Baltic_Tiger   (389 words)

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