The games that are played. Ireland’s second quarter GDP data is so extreme—so strange—that it almost reads like a plea for a new system of national accounts from the Irish statistical authorities.Investment went from 27 to 60 percent of Ireland’s GDP in a single quarter.Service imports (no doubt imports of intellectual property) rose from 62 percent of GDP to 97 percent of GDP.
Remember this when they talk about how horrible the Spanish were for destroying native American culture. Archaeologists uncover ancient remains of 250 children and 40 warriors sacrificed in Peru
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