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Irish firms drive "green" business in Chicago

The Green International Financial Services Centre has announced a seminar to take place in Chicago this June as it ups efforts to increase Ireland's role in the green economy.

14th March, 2013
Joan Burton, Minister for Social Protection, and Ciara O'Callaghan, KPMG

The Green International Financial Services Centre has announced a seminar to take place in Chicago this June as it ups efforts to increase Ireland's role in the green economy.

Minister Joan Burton, in the US for St Patrick's Day, has met representatives of Irish companies in Chicago who are working with GIFSC to help increase business back home.

"The Irish government has targeted the green economy as a major opportunity for growth, competitiveness and employment...

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