Ireland and the US: partners for prosperity

Brexit will mean greater importance for Ireland as a bridge between the EU and US policymakers, and for US companies looking to access the European market, write Thomas J Donohue and Danny McCoy

28th January, 2018
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The ‘next parish over’ is how previous generations of Irish men and women described their connection to the US. With over 32 million Americans claiming Irish descent, the bonds of affection between the two countries are deep. Forged over centuries from the flow of Irish emigrants to the US, these bonds have been nurtured and strengthened over succeeding generations through familial ties, culture, politics, and of course through our intertwined economies.

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