Inaugural Mexico conference aims to boost links

The first Mexico-Dublin Business Conference took place in Dublin last week, attended by more than 90 business and political leaders from Mexico.

4th May, 2014
At the business conference were (from left) the Mexican ambassador to Ireland, Carlos García De Alba, Dublin’s Lord Mayor Oisín Quinn, Tánaiste Eamon Gilmore, and Ramiro Hernández, Mayor of Guadalajara, Mexico’s second largest city, which is known for its technology sector

The first Mexico-Dublin Business Conference took place in Dublin last week, attended by more than 90 business and political leaders from Mexico.

The event aimed to promote Dublin as a natural gateway to Europe for trade links with Mexico and South America.

Opening the conference, Dublin's Lord Mayor Oisi­n Quinn said trade between Ireland and Mexico was now worth about €1 billion a year and had the capacity to double in the next five years....

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