The European Union could learn from the Irish government's pro-business approach, according to a senior executive at Microsoft, which employs 1,200 people in Ireland.
Nancy Anderson, vice-president and deputy general counsel at the software firm, said Irish policy on developing a so-called knowledge economy had been well articulated and implemented.
“Ireland is one country that really gets the knowledge economy,” Anderson said.
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