Ireland tops US Foreign Direct Investment list

Ireland is now the number one destination in the world for US Foreign Direct Investment.

A new report commissioned by the American Chamber of Commerce Ireland shows that 130,000 people are employed by 700 US companies in Ireland.

The output from these companies exceeds $80bn (€72.35bn) a year.

The report also states since 1990 American firms have invested over $277bn (€250.53bn) in Ireland.

You can see the report in full here.


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