- by VisionNet on 29/11/2013

Positive news on our continued economic recovery in 2013 comes in the form of a drop in company insolvencies and a rise in company start-ups.

Our recently published figures for the year show that company insolvencies in Ireland have dropped by 18% and 21% when compared to the same periods in 2012 and 2011 respectively.

Further good news comes with the formation of over 14,000 new companies. This represents a 9% increase on 2012 figures for the same period.

For a guide to some of the key trends from November 2013 and the year as whole please take a look at our breakdown below:

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