American Business in Ireland 2014
President Higgins Speech to American Chamber
Louise Phelan calls for successful conclusion of EU-US trade deal talks
Cork Business Lunch, Maryborough Hotel Proudly Sponsored by: Matheson
Mindset & The Organisation, TBC Proudly Sponsored by: Laya Healthcare
US Companies hiring in Ireland today
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Info on US Investment in Ireland
Continued growth by US companies in Ireland
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American Business in Ireland 2014Special Report by the Irish Times on American Business in Ireland 2014
President Higgins Speech to American ChamberThe Speech of President of Ireland Michael D. Higgins to the American Chamber of Commerce Independence Day Lunch.
Louise Phelan calls for successful conclusion of EU-US trade deal talksPresident Michael D. Higgins was today guest of honour at the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland annual Independence Day Lunch. Attended by nearly 400 people, the event is one of the biggest 4th of July celebrations held in Ireland each year and honours the close relationship between Ireland and the United States.
PayPal announce 400 new jobs at its European Operations CentreThe American Chamber of Commerce Ireland today welcomed the announcement by PayPal that it is to create 400 new jobs based at their eBay Inc. European Operations Centre in Dundalk. These positions are in addition to the 1,000 announced by PayPal in 2012.
Chamber addresses Joint Oireachtas Committee on Foreign Affairs & Trade"A comprehensive Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) agreement between Europe and the United States would offer a significant stimulus to the transatlantic economy which has been stubbornly slow to recover after the global financial crisis" said Mark Redmond, Chief Executive of the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland.
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