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Chinese agreement will allow OpenJaw's ambitions to take off

Irish firm OpenJaw has signed a lucrative deal in China which it hopes will open up that significant market to it, but its plans don't stop there, writes Dick O'Brien.

15th June, 2013
Kieron Branagan, chief executive, OpenJaw: 'We fund our expansion from profit and retained earnings. We follow the philosophy of we only eat what we kill' Photo: Tony O'Shea

Kieron Branagan

**Position:** chief executive, OpenJaw

**Locations:** Dublin, Galway, Madrid, Krakow

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