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Jobs minister heads to Silicon Valley for first US trade mission

Mary Mitchell O'Connor on mission to shore up the country’s international reputation

16th October, 2016
Mary Mitchell O’Connor

The Minister for Jobs and Enterprise, Mary Mitchell O’Connor, will meet senior executives from Apple and Facebook as part of her first US trade mission.

The trip to Silicon Valley with senior IDA executives is to take place in coming days. It comes at a crucial time for Ireland in the wake of last month’s €13 billion adverse tax ruling against Ireland and Apple. The minister’s message will be to shore up the...

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