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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[…]

Irrational fear risks depriving Europe of the benefits of trade

Written by Katinka Barysch See on FT: http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/53563c12-5b9e-11e4-a674-00144feab7de.html#ixzz3IwXgpzoV The Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership now being hammered out between the US and the EU is shaping up to be one of the boldest free trade agreements in recent history. It is designed to remove remaining tariffs between the world’s two richest economic blocs and to lower barriers to trade Read more about Irrational fear risks depriving Europe of the benefits of trade[…]

Two firms to create over 500 jobs in Dublin and Limerick

Irish company Car Trawler said it would create 400 jobs in Dublin over the next three years. The company, based in Dundrum, is a global car rental booking engine. The roles advertised include senior positions in engineering, finance, data science, as well as sales and customer operations. The company also has offices in Boston and Read more about Two firms to create over 500 jobs in Dublin and Limerick[…]

Wetherspoon will pour €100m into Irish pub network

In an interview with the Irish Independent, the Belfast-born multimillionaire said his British pub chain was pouring money into Ireland. Mr Martin said designs overhauls of around €1.5m, along the lines of what has just been completed at its Blackrock, Co Dublin outlet, will be completed on each of the 30 pubs it plans to Read more about Wetherspoon will pour €100m into Irish pub network[…]