A unified Irish Economy

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Addressing the issue in purely economic terms, Irish reunification increases the scope of the home market both sides of the borderi. This especially important as both economies are obliged to operate in the much larger European market.

In 2012 the output of the NI economy was £32.5bnii. On a comparable GVA (Gross Value Added) basis the output of the RoI economy was €154.5bn in the same year. Table 1 below converts these two to common currencies using OECD estimates of Purchasing Power Parities (PPPs).

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