- by JP Wickremasinghe on 13/12/2013

Today marks the last working day before the exit from Ireland of the Troika.

Ireland entered the bailout programme three years ago and our recently published figures compare and contrast the state of the nation then and now.

Positive news comes in the form of a 46% drop in liquidations when we compare November 2010 and 2013.

Encouragingly from a commercial point of view Examinerships were 4 times more prevalent now than they were back in 2010 - this is an indication of stronger survival prospects for struggling companies.

For a guide to some of the key findings of our review please take a look at our breakdown below:

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Significant drop in company insolvencies recorded in January 2014

January 30, 2014

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2013 showed a decrease in insolvencies and a rise in start-ups

January 06, 2014

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Ireland's economic recovery continues with an 18% drop in insolvencies in 2013

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