Irish exporters experienced some respite last week after a fall in the value of the euro.
The sector has been experiencing severe difficulties since the economic downturn began.
This is mainly due to the strong value of the euro against sterling – since Britain is one of the main markets for Irish goods – while the currency’s rise against the US dollar had hit export to the US.
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