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the dublin area

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dublin is a core region in ireland
galway is a peripheral region in galway
dublin has many services like airports, the luas and the dart
people from the peripheral area often migrate to the core region in search of work
this means that less development occurs in the now sparsely populated area
dublin is a core region for europe as well
primary, secondary and tertiary sectors are important in the dublin region
farming is carried out in dublin by young, educated farmers. forestry commonly takes place in the south of dublin
many manufacturers have located in dublin because of the low taxes here
half the world's major banks are located in dublin
the region has cool summers because of the sea and mild winters also due to the sea.
most of the dublin region has acidic brown earth soils
these are fertile soils.
270 day growing season
dublin bay prawns make up 40% of total irish shellfish exports
the workforce of dublin is well educated
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