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How much should you expect to pay for a house in Dublin? It's the week in numbers

Plus: How much money is Mark Zuckerberg giving away?
Dec 5th 2015, 6:30 PM 22,192 12

EVERY SATURDAY ON TheJournal.ie we bring you a selection of the statistics and numerical nuggets to help you digest the week that has just passed.

€1.9billion: The amount of money NAMA is putting into Grand Canal Dock.

200: The number of people a Cambodian doctor infected with HIV. He was sentenced to 25 years in prison this week.

€3 million: The amount of money the CRC couldn’t pay back to its fundraising arm. The money was used to fund pension top-ups for senior staff.

1: The number of people that go missing in Ireland on average every hour. TheJournal.ie ran a missing persons series all this week.

397: the number of British MPs who voted for military action against ISIS in Syrian this week.

€343 million: The amount of money Ireland was in surplus at the end of last month.  

$45 billion: The amount of money Mark Zuckerberg is giving away.

2015: The year Eamon Gilmore was named one of the world’s Leading Global Thinkers.

22: The age of Berkeley balcony collapse survivor Clodagh Cogley who is now back studying at college.

€727,000: The amount of money you should expect to pay for a house in Sandymount.

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