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Learning to navigate global markets

Exporters are moving outside their comfort zone into territories further afield than Britain

9th October, 2016
David Shanahan, tax director at Deloitte

Irish companies are continuing to make great strides in penetrating overseas markets, according to David Shanahan, tax director at Deloitte.

“Exports now account for over half of total sales by Irish-owned companies,” said Shanahan. “While Irish companies have traditionally viewed the UK as their primary export market, sales to non-UK markets now account for 60 per cent of exports by Irish companies.

“Given the near-term uncertainties posed by Brexit and the drop in...

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