Comment: Is the US still a welcoming environment for Irish companies?

In the years ahead, business will not be “as usual” for Irish companies in the US market, writes law firm Clark Hill member Kevin Kent

US President Joe Biden speaking at Ulster University on Wednesday afternoon. Picture: Getty

The visit of a US President to Ireland offers a timely reminder of the close relationship that exists between the two nations.

President Joe Biden’s visit opens a window to Foreign Direct Investment opportunities into Ireland, the potential for job creation and an increase to the tax returns into the Irish exchequer.

Last week, Simon Coveney, the Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, and Mary Buckley, the interim head of the IDA, warned that Ireland ...