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Irish US Economic Relationship 2015

Ireland now world's top location for US FDI Minister Flanagan Launches American Chamber investment report

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US Firms feature highly in 'Best Place to Work' Awards

Great Place to Work has published the 2015 Best Workplaces in Ireland. The publication of the list was marked with the annual awards ceremony which took place on February 25 at the Double Three by Hilton.

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Apple invest €850m in Galway Data Centre

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed today's news that Apple is to open a new data centre in Galway with a €850m investment.

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US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards 2015 Application Process

The US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards recognise excellence in research innovation in Ireland as a result of US foreign direct investment.

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US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards – Call for Nominations Opens Today

US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards - Call for Nominations Opens Today

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Amcham welcomes focus on talent and regions in Action Plan for Jobs

The commitment to a national talent drive will be welcomed by the leaders of US FDI in Ireland who are engaged in a global battle for talent

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Eamonn Sinnott Appointed President of the Amcham Ireland

Eamonn Sinnott, a Vice President of Intel Corporation and the company's General Manager in Ireland has been appointed as the President of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland for 2015. Speaking at a media briefing today Mr. Sinnott, emphasised the importance of US FDI to the Irish economy and set out the Chamber's views on where Ireland's focus should be in relation to the key area of maintaining and increasing US investment in Ireland.

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15,000 new FDI jobs created in 2014

IDA Ireland has reported a strong performance in 2014 with the creation of over 15,000 new jobs. When job losses were taken into account, the net increase in employment was over 7,000, one of the highest net levels of job creation in a decade.