Irish target world's fastest-growing market

With its massive population and natural resources, China is seen as an economic superpower in waiting.

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Ian Kehoe

15th January, 2005

With its massive population and natural resources, China is seen as an economic superpower in waiting.

Since it began to liberalise its communist markets, multinationals have been keen to invest and governments have assiduously courted approval from the Chinese authorities.

The importance of the Chinese market to Ireland is highlighted by the fact that three senior cabinet ministers are accompanying Taoiseach Bertie Ahern on the trade mission which set out this morning, and a fourth,...

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