The impact of the coronavirus outbreak on the world's economy won't be known for months to come.
But Davy Stockbrokers predicted that Ireland's economy could contract in 2020, after several years of growth.
Former Central Bank governor Patrick Honohan explains what effects this crisis may have on the Irish economy.
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