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Irish export growth of 7% a year seen by 2019-20

HSBC says China will be Ireland's fifth biggest export destination by 2030

8th December, 2015
The chemicals sector is expected to average growth of around 6% a year over the next five years

Growth in the value of Irish exports is expected to rise to around seven per cent a year by 2019-2020, driven by the chemicals sector, a new report says, as exports continue to play "a pivotal role" in the Irish economy.

HSBC’s bi-annual Trade Forecast said the strong export performance should help the economy withstand any headwinds coming from a slowdown in emerging markets and help support robust growth of around three per cent per...

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