Fears Trump effect to hit expansion plans of Irish companies

But what is favourable for the US economy will also boost global business, survey respondents say

5th February, 2017
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Irish businesses are wary of a serious economic headwind emerging from the Trump administration in the United States, with a majority believing that it will have some negative effect on Irish companies’ international expansion plans.

In a survey of fifty business leaders conducted by The Sunday Business Post, 77 per cent agreed that the Trump presidency would have at least some effect on Irish business expansion.

However, the survey suggests that Irish businesses are not...

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