Foreign investment to Ireland slows by double-digits in the first half of 2023
Employment creation from multinationals was also down sharply in the first half of the year
The number of foreign investments won by Ireland in the first half of this year fell 10 per cent, according to new figures released by IDA Ireland.
The state’s inward investment agency said the country won a total of 139 foreign direct investments in the first half of 2023, which was down 10 per cent on the 155 project wins announced for the same period last year.
Employment creation from multinationals was also down sharply ...