IDA to continue supporting locations outside Dublin

IDA Ireland will underline its commitment to attracting projects to areas outside Dublin in its annual report to be published this week.

23rd June, 2007

IDA Ireland will underline its commitment to attracting projects to areas outside Dublin in its annual report to be published this week.

The state development agency, which is responsible for attracting foreign direct investment into the country, will reveal that 60 per cent of new projects last year were in locations outside Dublin and say that this remains a major priority for 2007.

The IDA pipeline of new projects looking at Ireland as a possible investment location...

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