FDI growth pushes Midlands centre

10th September, 2017
Anne-Marie Tierney-Le Roux, head of regional development, IDA Ireland

The Midlands has seen consistent growth in foreign direct investment (FDI) over the past few years, with the development of thriving clusters in the biopharma and medtech sectors complemented by a growing global services base.

“The access and proximity of Athlone along the N4 corridor from Dublin across to Galway and Sligo means that the Midlands region can leverage the cluster effect and development across the wider region,” said Anne-Marie Tierney-Le Roux, head of regional...

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