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Eastern Europe is promising for Irish

Irish firms must avoid a number of pitfalls when trying to establish new business ventures in eastern Europe.

23rd August, 2008

Irish firms must avoid a number of pitfalls when trying to establish new business ventures in eastern Europe.

As the Irish economy slows, many companies are looking abroad for outsourcing opportunities and for new markets for their products.

Irish companies are also increasingly using eastern Europe to supplement existing staff at a lower cost. The eastern European countries are particularly popular for outsourcing, as they are much closer to Ireland than other low-cost locations, such...

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