Belfast's new 'Titanic economy'


When the Titanic was launched from Belfast, the city was known across the world as an industrial powerhouse.

It had the largest shipyard, the largest ropeworks and was a major exporter of linen and tobacco products.

While those old industries may be gone, new ones are emerging.

BBC Newsline's business and economics editor Jim Fitzpatrick reports on the new Titanic Economy.

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