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Moving around in Ireland - transportation
Air transportation in Ireland, just as in all European countries is at a very high standard. In total, ten large airports that conduct international flights operate successfully in the country. There are also thirty small airfields at the least. The main air harbor as expected is located in Dublin, the capital of the country. The airport terminals are clean and comfortable. Within their territory, any traveler will find for himself absolutely everything that he or she needs. Thanks to the open access to the “big” water body, water transportation in Ireland has also become very popular. With the help of ferry crossings, you can not only travel along the coast, but also travel to England, France and some islands. The most important seaport is also in Dublin. All year round, there are various cruise ships and boats on the coast of Ireland that allow travelers to enjoy the delightful scenery and sea air. They serve rather as an attraction, than as a means of transportation. It is worth noting that some owners of sea ships offer tourists the opportunity to rent barges and boats and independently travel along the coast.
Economy roadmap of Ireland
It is worth mentioning that in recent years, foreign businessmen have invested heavily in Ireland. And the country itself makes some investments across its own borders. The growth of the country’s GDP according to the data of the previous year was about five percent. GDP in numerical form is about 340 billion dollars. GDP on purchasing power for 2014 was about 190 billion dollars. The per capita GDP is 46,000 dollars per year. The unemployment rate for a few years has been at a stable rate of 12%. Less than four percent of the population lives below the poverty line. Public debt as of 2014 was 60% of GDP. Based on these indicators, Ireland is ranked 23rd in the world. It is worth noting that Ireland is one of the first countries that managed to stop the progressive inflation after the global crisis of 2008. However, the growth rate of salaries has not yet reached that of the cost of goods and services.