Wednesday October 28, 2020

Seeking a ‘little slice of the action’

There are enormous opportunities but also significant challenges for Irish companies hoping to do business in China, according to Minister for Trade and Commerce Michael Ahern.

21st October, 2006

Ahern praised Cork Chamber of Commerce for its efforts to encourage greater trade links with China during last week’s mission to Shanghai and said many sectors of homegrown industry were well placed to take advantage of the Chinese market. He identified specialist software development, such as mobile phone and banking applications, as well as food ingredients and medical devices, as areas where Irish firms had special expertise and had developed a strong international reputation....

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