The Statistical Office, which every month compiles an indicator called the Index of Economic Sentiment, has said optimism regarding the economy in February reached levels last seen at the end of 1998. The Index, the Office said, rose four points last month to 102.4, on the back of strong optimism in industry regarding production rises and demand for industrial products.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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27. Mar 2002 at 13:21