News Room

Welcome to our news room. Here you will find all the latest news from the American Chamber as well as US companies in Ireland. If you would like to receive regular news updates, sign up for our weekly email FDI Focus.

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Government Target 42,000 FDI Jobs

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed the ambition of the Government's new Enterprise strategy, which aims for Ireland to win 900 new FDI projects and 42,000 jobs by 2020.

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Apple creating 1,000 jobs

Apple has announced plans to create 1,000 new jobs in Cork by expanding its Hollyhill campus. This is the largest single jobs announcement by a US company in Ireland in over three years, and will see Apple's direct employment grow to over 6,000.

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2016 US-Ireland Research Innovation Awards

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US companies invest €400m

There was several positive jobs and investments announcements by US Companies in Ireland this week. The total cumlative investment exceeds €400m and will lead to almost 500 jobs for Limerick, Cork and Dublin.

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Irish Times Thanksgiving Report

Coinciding with Thanksgiving Day on Thursday 26th November 2015, The Irish Times will publish its third major special report of 2015 focusing on American FDI in Ireland.

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Take off for new transatlantic routes

The American Chamber of Commerce Ireland has welcomed the announcement of new direct flights linking Ireland to LA, Newark and Hartford.

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Budget 2016 boosts competitiveness for talent

Budget 2016 - American Chamber says reduction in the tax burden is key to competitiveness in the international battle to retain and attract talent for Ireland

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Workday….if you build it, they will come…and stay

There are usually some common features to the series of great jobs announced by US Companies here. We can be assured of the presence of at least one Cabinet Minister and often the Taoiseach - this is a powerful demonstration of the commitment by Government to creating a world-leading environment for FDI.