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October 01, 2010
A man walks behind a sign outside Ireland's Department of Finance building on Merrion Row, Dublin October...
Dublin, Ireland
A man walks behind a sign outside Ireland's Department of Finance building on Merrion Row, Dublin
A man walks behind a sign outside Ireland's Department of Finance building on Merrion Row, Dublin October 1, 2010. Ireland's brief economic upturn showed further signs of petering out on Friday, with weak manufacturing data suggesting the country could be headed back into recession just as it readies harsher budget cuts. The NCB Purchasing Managers' Index, which measures the Irish manufacturing sector, fell sharply to 48.4 from 51.1 in August, dipping below the 50 mark separating growth from contraction for the first time since February. REUTERS/Cathal McNaughton (IRELAND - Tags: BUSINESS)
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