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Ireland continues to punch above its weight in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI). For a country of our size, this is no mean feat.

27th July, 2013
'Much of our strength and recovery to date has been export-led . . . but we must also focus on developing and nurturing the workforce.'

Ireland continues to punch above its weight in attracting foreign direct investment (FDI). For a country of our size, this is no mean feat. Our FDI performance significantly outweighs the average among our European counterparts.

Corporate tax rates are, of course, one of the primary draws of Ireland's favourable enterprise environment, but a competitive tax regime is only one part of the attraction. More importantly, there is our deep pool of talented and highly-educated workers....

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