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Irish firms urged to expand into Asia

The Irish Exporters Association’s Asia Trade Forum wants Irish chief executives to expand their businesses into at least one Asian market during 2012.

7th March, 2012
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China's vice-president Xi Jinping

The Irish Exporters Association’s Asia Trade Forum wants Irish chief executives to expand their businesses into at least one Asian market during 2012.

Its new plan for the year includes a series of seminars and events with practical supports and advice.

Five priority markets have been identified: China (whose vice-president recently visited Ireland), India, Japan, Malaysia and the Republic of Korea.

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