We must ensure our FDI success

Alterations to our intellectual property framework could disrupt our efforts to attract foreign investment

17th August, 2014

Foreign direct investment (FDI) is a key driving force of Ireland's nascent economic recovery. At the end of July, Jobs Minister Richard Bruton published his department's FDI policy statement looking at the 2015 to 2020 period, which reinforces the government's commitment and focus on sustaining and increasing FDI.

Grant Thornton recently published a report in collaboration with Amarach Research on the factors needed to sustain the success of FDI. The report included a detailed survey on how...

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