The charm offensive might just be working. Within days of Time magazine lauding a so-called 'Celtic comeback', two of Ireland's most significant home-grown companies were announcing plans to create more than 1,500 high-value jobs.
Paddy Power and Kerry Group could have taken their good tidings elsewhere. Both are publicly-traded companies, listed on the stock markets - their loyalty is to shareholders, not the country of their origin. But, as a succession of government ministers made clear...
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