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Comment: Unified euro payments a boost for business

The Single Euro Payments Area has the potential to attract inward investment and reduce firms' costs, but planning must start now to exploit its benefits, writes Barry Manning.

1st September, 2012

One of the continuing positives of Ireland's economic performance has been the strength of our ability to attract foreign direct investment (FDI). As international companies look to Ireland as a base, a key consideration is always the availability of a local banking infrastructure able to support a range of cash management solutions across Europe.

Access to a single euro clearing system along with other non-euro clearing systems is a standard requirement for most investors, as...

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