Economy of Dublin - Oireachtas, Transport in Ireland, Multinational corporation
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dublin is the largest city and capital of Ireland, and is the country's economic hub. As well as being the location of the national parliament and most of the civil service, Dublin is also the focal point of media and culture in the county. Ireland's transportation network radiates from the city. Previously seen as a peripheral backwater of Europe, Dublin is now a minor world financial centre and the European base for many multinational corporations. Dublin is seen as a vibrant, cosmopolitan city, with a high standard of living. In 2004, the GMP of Greater Dublin was 69.6 bn, the 17th highest in the European Union. Dublin was at the centre of Ireland's rapid economic growth from 1995 to 2007. Both the standards and the cost of living in the city rose dramatically. Dublin became the world's 16th most expensive city but has since dropped to 36th place. In 2008, it was the city with the 2nd highest wages in the world, but dropped to 10th place in 2009.
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