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INVITATION: World Trade Center Savannah’s Business and Trade Delegation to Georgia USA

Every year World Trade Center Savannah, in partnership with Georgia Power, welcomes an international business delegation to the Coastal Georgia Region during the Savannah Music Festival. By working with our partners to showcase the region, our intention is to further develop trade opportunities, increase foreign-direct investment and help our regional businesses expand internationally. We are looking Read more about INVITATION: World Trade Center Savannah’s Business and Trade Delegation to Georgia USA[…]

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Importing to Ireland

Why importing to Ireland?   “Ireland is expected to be among the fastest-growing economies in the OECD this year and the next” – reported Michael Noonan, current Minister of Finance of Ireland. [1] Ireland’s GPD has expanded by over 5% to 7% in the last two years. The recovery of the country is underway thanks Read more about Importing to Ireland[…]

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Don’t Look Now, But the Digital Economy is Growing Faster Than You think

The Digital Economy: What is it and what importance does it carry? The digital economy, also known by other classifications such as “internet economy”, “new economy”, and “web economy”, is based on new and improving digital computing technologies. There are three significant components to the digital economy: the supporting infrastructure (such as networks, hardware, software, Read more about Don’t Look Now, But the Digital Economy is Growing Faster Than You think[…]

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Brief Analysis on the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Fossil Fuels Future

The climate change and the energy sector were highlighted in Davos 2016 as relevant economic challenges confronting our society. Exporters from all around the globe discussed several questions on the subject such as: the possibility of the decarburizing our world and the future perspectives on the fossil fuel industry. This article aims to highlight some Read more about Brief Analysis on the World Economic Forum’s 2016 Fossil Fuels Future[…]

Deal, or no deal? What the transatlantic trade deal would mean for Ireland

Hardly anyone seems to know anything about the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP. That’s not surprising because it’s being negotiated in considerable secrecy by EU and US trade representatives, yet could have widespread implications for Europe’s environmental policies and much else besides. Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation Richard Bruton, who inaugurated the Read more about Deal, or no deal? What the transatlantic trade deal would mean for Ireland[…]