Without exports, it could be worse
Published 30/09/2010 | 05:00
Those supporting the Lisbon Treaty said that we needed certainty of our place in Europe to attract the foreign investment on which thousands of Irish people's jobs depend.
Can I remind Paul Doran ('False Promises of Lisbon backers', Letters, September 29) that amid the ruins of the Irish economy, the only sector doing well is the multinational export sector.
Without this sector, and also the crucial support of the ECB, we would today be in a far worse crisis.