The Irish Central Bureau of Statistics data released yesterday showed that the country’s economy grew over the past year by 3.4% of GDP. The statistics office said that the multinational companies sector achieved a growth rate of 18.2% over the past year, while the sectors not controlled by these companies decreased by 9.5%. Ireland’s exports of goods during the past year amounted to $ 198 billion, while sales of companies in the local market were few with the decline in local economic activity against the backdrop of severe damage to the hotel, restaurant and construction sectors from the restrictions imposed to contain the emerging coronavirus pandemic, according to Jennifer Panim, an analyst at the Statistics Office. Central. The Irish economy’s growth rate, according to the two measures of gross national product, which does not include confusion among multinational companies, decreased to 0.6% over the past year.