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Integrate policies to match the Finnish model

Ireland's indigenous exports have grown negligibly over the past decade.

13th August, 2005

Ireland's indigenous exports have grown negligibly over the past decade. In contrast industrial exports of US firms in Ireland have boomed and now represent some 80 per cent of the total.

Were US firms to drift abroad during the coming years, Ireland would rejoin the ranks of Europe's most impoverished nations.

Ireland is deeply indebted to the creative and entrepreneurial skills derived from the US and consequently much dependent on the potential vagaries of US corporate...

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