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US aims to increase Irish investment

The US government is courting Irish companies and government bodies in a bid to attract investment from Ireland.

31st January, 2009

The US government is courting Irish companies and government bodies in a bid to attract investment from Ireland.

Executives from Invest in America and the US Department of Commerce met representatives of employers’ body Ibec, Forfás, Sustainable Energy Ireland and the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment in Dublin last week.

Aaron Brickman, director of Invest in America, told The Sunday Business Post that the body was optimistic about the future of...

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