Exports at centre of Ireland’s future

The government’s launch of the Connected: Trading and Investing in a Dynamic World document sets out targets for exports, and highlights why Ireland must intensify engagement with non-British markets

12th March, 2017
Maria Betts, owner of Maria Lucia Bakes, a Dublin-based cereal company

The launch last week of the government’s new Connected: Trading and Investing in a Dynamic World document placed export front and centre in Ireland’s state-led enterprise strategy.

A cross-departmental initiative, devised in the wake of the British vote to leave the EU, Connected sets out targets for Ireland’s exports, alongside foreign direct investment, tourism and international education.

Speaking at the launch of the Connected strategy, Enda Kenny said Ireland...

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