Thursday June 4, 2020

Enterprise Ireland firms report record sales of €20.6 billion in 2015

The agency is aiming for exports of €22 billion this year but warned of the risk posed by 'Brexit'

20th June, 2016
Enterprise Ireland chief executive Julie Sinnamon Pic:

Exports by Enterprise Ireland companies topped €20 billion for the first time last year, a rise of 10 per cent on 2014 and nearly double the figure recorded 10 years ago, as all sectors from software to construction to manufacturing posted increases, a new report shows.

Official figures published by the agency, which is responsible for helping Irish companies to export to international markets, showed that exports grew to €20.6 billion last year from €10.73 billion a decade...

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