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The Irish construction industry is expected to emerge from recession this year.According to the Irish Construction Industry Federation last week output will rise by up to 2 per cent in 1994, after a 3 per cent fall last year.But the workload figures for last year conflict with those produced by the Irish Department of the Environment which recorded a good year. It said output increased by 3.7 per cent, reaching IR£3.8 billion.Last year construction employed 78,000 people in Ireland ...

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