Tuesday September 22, 2020

Wales marks end of successful trade mission to Ireland

9th February, 2020
An Aston Martin being driven along the Welsh coast. The luxury car manufacturer has recently opened a factory in Wales and is developing its newest model there

Yesterday saw a delegation of seven Welsh businesses mark the end of a five-day trade mission to Dublin. The trade mission businesses, who were in Ireland from 3 to 8 February, comprised prime examples of the best Wales has to offer from across the financial and professional services, creative, technology and manufacturing sectors.

Whilst in Dublin, the delegation attended a market briefing session and a business reception at the British Embassy, with the remainder of their schedules...

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