Firms look east as offshoring gains appeal

Last week, it was announced that AIB was considering moving some of its back-office activities to Poland in a bid to cut costs and improve efficiency within the group.

25th June, 2005

Last week, it was announced that AIB was considering moving some of its back-office activities to Poland in a bid to cut costs and improve efficiency within the group. It was also reported that Dell was considering setting up a second manufacturing facility in Poland.

Ireland has been no stranger to the concept of offshoring over recent decades, having received record levels of offshore activity, primarily from the US.

This occurred for a variety of...

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