International Trade in Ireland

International Trade in Ireland

The Irish economy was seriously affected by the international financial crisis because of its extensive in-sourcing, its high level of financialization and the importance of real estate in the active economy.  It was the first European country to go into recession and it should restore a... Read more

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  • eBSI Export Academy

    eBSI Export Academy

    International Trade Training, Ireland

    eBSI Export Academy was established by a group of highly motivated International Trade Practitioners who had previously been heavily...
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    HMC Global

    Foreign Direct investment, Ireland

    At HMC Global, we have over 25 years’ experience providing effective economic development support services to public sector...

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  • Dolsan Medical Equipment Industry Co.

    Dolsan Medical Equipment Industry Co.

    Medical Products Sales and Distribution, Ireland

    Medical Furniture, Equipments, Hospital Beds, ICU Beds, ICU Units, Over Bad Table, Mattress, Stretcher, Trolley Drug Distribution,...
  • Creavens Premium Pet Foods

    Creavens Premium Pet Foods

    Exporter,Distribution Pet Food, Ireland

    Creavens Premium has the philosophy that all dogs and cats have the right to enjoy a good, wholesome, nutritious food that is affordable...

Overview About International Trade in Ireland

Main Industry Sectors

Agriculture remains a key sector despite its small part of the GNP (3%).  The government is trying to consolidate its role in the economy by modernizing it and by expanding the food-processing industries (beef, dairy products, potatoes, barley and wheat).
Ireland's recent industrial development has been achieved by an intentional policy promoting high-tech companies to export and, in part, by offering attractive packages to investors. This sector contributes to more than one third of the GNP. Textiles, chemical and electronic products have, in particular,  obtained high results.
The service sector (approximately two-thirds of the GNP), banking and finance have experienced  such a large growth that Dublin counts now with a sizable international financial center and tourism has become a substantial source for foreign exchange revenues (5% the GNP).

 

Economic Overview

The Irish economy was seriously affected by the international financial crisis because of its extensive in-sourcing, its high level of financialization and the importance of real estate in the active economy.  It was the first European country to go into recession and it should restore a positive grow...

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