Up to the task: IDA’s Michael Lohan on the three challenges Ireland faces in winning investment

IDA’s chief executive outlines the main difficulties facing the body amid ‘increasingly challenging and complex’ conditions

Michael Lohan, IDA chief executive: The number of investments supported by the state’s inward investment agency fell to 131 between January and June, down from 139 in the same period last year. Picture: Fergal Phillips

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