Wednesday July 15, 2020

IDA: We’ve lost a ‘global calling card’ as Apple snubs Athenry

News of the decision by Apple went global last week with reports on its decision not to invest in Ireland being carried in major publications in North America, Europe, the Middle East and Asia, as well as influential more specialist publications

13th May, 2018

The IDA has said that Ireland has lost a “global calling card for the west of Ireland” by missing out on a $1 billion investment by Apple in Athenry, Co Galway, after the project became bogged down in planning delays and objections.

News of the decision by Apple went global last week with reports on its decision not to invest in Ireland being carried in major publications in North America, Europe, the Middle East...

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