March 14, 2012

Ireland's Day on the World Stage

Irish Times, Irish Times

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The need to promote Ireland as an investment location and to encourage foreign purchases of Irish goods and services has never been greater. As the domestic economy struggles out of recession and unemployment remains above 14 per cent, every opportunity must be taken to show that Ireland is not only open for business but is in the process of reinventing itself as a vibrant, export-orientated market.

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