Exports: Unlocking the export markets

Ireland's exporting sector is on the rise, but not as strongly as had been hoped - which is where new markets come in, writes Martha Kearns.

10th March, 2013
Joe Connolly at Connolly Red Mills: 'If you have something good, you have got to be able to prove it.' Photo: Dylan Vaughan

Exporting has been the buzz word of the economy for the last few years as an increasing number of Irish firms is looking to export markets to grow their businesses. But while our export sector has held up remarkably well, it needs to be operating in a world where growth is stronger. While Davy Stockbrokers last week upped its 2013 GDP growth forecast to 1.3 per cent from 0.9 per cent, it did say that...

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