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Weak euro helps Irish exporters

The falling value of the euro against other major currencies is having a positive impact on Irish exporters, according to Enterprise Ireland.

5th June, 2010

The falling value of the euro against other major currencies is having a positive impact on Irish exporters, according to Enterprise Ireland.

Last Friday, the euro fell below $1.20 for the first time in more than four years.

While the move was sparked by renewed concern about the eurozone debt crisis, Niall O’Donnellan, head of investment services at Enterprise Ireland, said it was good news for the agency’s client companies which sold products in overseas markets....

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