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Chinese Dragon hungry for some Irish Beef

China and Ireland have had a great relationship in recent decades. Every year more and more legislation is passed in order to encourage trade and cooperation between the two. This infographic tells the bigger picture:                                         Read more about Chinese Dragon hungry for some Irish Beef[…]

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The Emergence of the Irish Dairy Industry: a Success Story or a False Hope?

Ireland has long-known been a hotspot for certain key industries, such as pharmaceuticals, chemicals, and computer hardware & software. But as we inch closer to closing the second decade of the 21st century, a new industry is beginning a rapid expansion that will place it among the top industries in the Republic: the dairy industry. The Read more about The Emergence of the Irish Dairy Industry: a Success Story or a False Hope?[…]

EU-US deal could benefit dairy trade, says Bruton

The trade deal between the European Union and the United States could offer valuable market opportunities for the Irish dairy industry, Minister for Trade Richard Bruton has said, following a meeting of EU trade ministers in Brussels. Pointing out that the recent trade agreement between the EU and Canada had brought benefits for the Irish dairy and Read more about EU-US deal could benefit dairy trade, says Bruton[…]

Growing consumption of cheese in China (01/09/2014)

By Ciaran Moran on September 1, 2014 China’s total cheese import volume reached 47,316 tonnes (€170 million) in 2013, representing a 22% increase on 2012 and a 106% increase on 2010,  according to Alan O’Brien, of Bord Bia’s Shanghai Office. Citing latest customs figures, O’Brien said in the first five months of 2014, imports increased Read more about Growing consumption of cheese in China (01/09/2014)[…]