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More Irish firms to send workers abroad

The number of Irish people working on international assignments will increase by 50 per cent over the coming decade, according to a new report to be released this week.

3rd July, 2010

The number of Irish people working on international assignments will increase by 50 per cent over the coming decade, according to a new report to be released this week.

The report found that more than 40 per cent of Irish chief executives are planning to enter new markets and this would result in a 50 per cent increase in talent mobility by 2020.

The research, by PricewaterhouseCoopers, also found that almost one third of Irish businesses do not have...

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