Ray O’Connor looks at the reasons why 55,000 regional jobs were created by IDA-backed companies from 2015-19.
Investments in IDA- supported companies in the south east have risen by 86% over the past five years, while those in the south west region rose by 37%, the state agency said.
IDA Ireland is experiencing its highest ever level of employment in client companies with all regions experiencing growth.
London is right up there with New York and San Francisco, vying for the title of top food capital in the world.
Cork badly needs office space and housing fast-tracked if it is to compete for the next wave of foreign direct investment, the IDA has warned.
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Let me take you back to the 2013 Great Limerick Run. I was fit, I was ready and I was determined to run a sub-four marathon.
Tourism bodies are targeting inbound food, golf and conference tourism business as CityJet launches its new high-frequency Cork to London service today.
A major foreign direct investment conference taking place in London later this week is the ideal opportunity to attract a larger slice of the UK market to these shores.
The south-west’s foreign direct investment chief has warned there is no guarantee the competitiveness regained during the recession will be protected as the economy begins to recover.
I’m currently battling fatigue and it’s beating me. I won’t let it win though.
I am glad this article is appearing close to the race date because I would hate to think what I write here might cause you to have yet another second thought.
Deposit Interest Retention Tax (Dirt) will be refunded for first-time buyers in a bid to stoke the housing market.
The Government has slapped a levy on the banking sector aimed at raising €150m each year.
LEITRIM’S ladies footballers have been left “devastated” by the theft of personal belongings from their team bus at Cashel’s Leahy Park last Saturday.
I WISH to commend you on your excellent editorial headlined ‘We’ve got our priorities all wrong’ (August 12).
THE south-west region could lose more than €59 billion in trade in the next 25 years if the Government fails to upgrade the main road between Cork and Ringaskiddy.
Property Editor Tommy Barker on why home owners living close to the newly expanded East Cork rail service are laughing all the way to the bank.
A STATE agency should be created to protect jobs to support the work of the IDA and Enterprise Ireland, it was suggested yesterday.
Ireland’s Jenny McAuley has finished 21st in the women’s mountain biking event at the Olympic Games in Athens.
LAST season’s Cloyne senior hurling coach, Donal Clifford, has made a surprise move and will guide the fortunes of intermediate club Cobh for 2004.
USE of the internet to drive up sales is way down the list of priorities of small firms.
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