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Byline: PHILIP McDONAGH
AS CABINET ministers wade through 2,500 pages of the Treasury's 18 technical studies to get a hint of whether the euro will be good for the UK - or vice versa - Northern Ireland business appears to have made up its collective mind.
If a referendum to join the euro were held today, over sixty percent of Northern Ireland businesses claim they would vote 'yes'.
As part of the annual survey of business attitudes for PwC's 2003, Northern Ireland Economic Review and Prospects, a representative sample of local firms was asked how they would vote if a referendum on the Euro was held today.
Over 63 per cent of all respondents would vote in favour, 24 per cent against, with 13 …