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FILE PHOTO: Construction cranes are seen in the Irish Financial Services Centre in Dublin, Ireland April 24, 2017. REUTERS/Clodagh Kilcoyne. DUBLIN (Reuters) - Irish manufacturing activity recovered slightly after suffering its sharpest monthly decline on record in April but still contracted rapidly in May as the economy began to slowly emerge from a coronavirus lockdown, a survey showed on Tuesday. Ireland partially eased stay-at-home restrictions two weeks ago that had been rolled out from mid-March and had shut all but non-essential operators like supermarkets and petrol stations in what had been Europe’s fastest-growing economy. With the unemployment rate, including those on temporary ... Full story

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