Friday February 21, 2020

China Business Summit: Irish companies in need of some positive orientation

The growth of the Chinese economy has been apparent for some time.

6th July, 2014
Ken Duggan, chairman of the Ireland China Business Association.

The growth of the Chinese economy has been apparent for some time, even to the most casual observer. And while its subsequent slowdown has been equally noted, there are many economies - not least the one closest to home - that would look enviously at any slowdown which maintained a growth level of 7.4 per cent.

Still, while the Chinese opportunity has been known for some time, it is only in recent years, following Taoiseach Enda...

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