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#Exports

From TheJournal.ie Irish exports to the UK have grown a lot in spite of ongoing Brexit uncertainty CSO

Irish exports to the UK have grown a lot in spite of ongoing Brexit uncertainty

Total goods exports to the UK increased by €166 million and amounted to a total €1.2 billion.

From TheJournal.ie Since 2014, Irish trade with Russia has fallen - agrifoods have been 'hit hard' Simon Coveney

Since 2014, Irish trade with Russia has fallen - agrifoods have been 'hit hard'

In 2014, overall trade with Russia was worth €948 million.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Brexit is dangerous for Ireland if we're not prepared Exports

Column: Brexit is dangerous for Ireland if we're not prepared

Irish businesses develop their international business plans to mitigate against the risks coming down the road, writes Hugh Torpey.

From TheJournal.ie New sanctions imposed on North Korea are 'a whole new level' United Nations

New sanctions imposed on North Korea are 'a whole new level'

A ban on exports aims to deprive Pyongyang of about €850 million in annual revenue.

From TheJournal.ie Britain is not Ireland's most lucrative EU trading partner - Belgium is Exports

Britain is not Ireland's most lucrative EU trading partner - Belgium is

Exports to Britain in 2015 accounted for €13.7 billion but the Belgian market was worth €14.5 billion.

From TheJournal.ie Nothing is denting the world's appetite for Irish dairy Holy Cow!

Nothing is denting the world's appetite for Irish dairy

The sector was the biggest contributor to record food and drink exports in 2015.

From TheJournal.ie 'You can't stand with your finger in the dam': Bruton gives his 2c on TTIP Damnation

'You can't stand with your finger in the dam': Bruton gives his 2c on TTIP

This is what the Jobs Minister had to say about a EU-US free-trade deal today.

From TheJournal.ie 'We thought we could set up an online shop, work from home and make a fortune' Sister Act

'We thought we could set up an online shop, work from home and make a fortune'

One of the sisters behind Clevamama tells us about building an award-winning export business.

From TheJournal.ie How Irish whiskey has been brought back from 'near extinction' A Fine Drop

How Irish whiskey has been brought back from 'near extinction'

Thousands of rural jobs could be created if the local sector recreates the success of the Scotch industry.

From TheJournal.ie These forecasters have some dire predictions for the euro The New Lira

These forecasters have some dire predictions for the euro

Put it this way – it’s a good time to be a US tourist in Europe.

From TheJournal.ie After 15 years, China has lifted its ban on Irish beef Sane Cows

After 15 years, China has lifted its ban on Irish beef

But hold on, more inspections are still needed.

From TheJournal.ie Will Ireland get into China's multi-billion euro beef market? We'll find out soon Exports

Will Ireland get into China's multi-billion euro beef market? We'll find out soon

Chinese officials visited meat plants late last year. A report is now being compiled.

From TheJournal.ie A free trade deal between the EU and US is looking very shaky for this year Where Is The Beef

A free trade deal between the EU and US is looking very shaky for this year

Some 150,000 responses were made to a survey about the pact – and most were against it.

From TheJournal.ie Sure the economy is getting boomier, but it could be a long time until most people feel it Not Trickling Down

Sure the economy is getting boomier, but it could be a long time until most people feel it

So much for being the “poster child” of Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Work starts on biggest independent Irish distillery - whiskey and jobs will flow Bottoms Up

Work starts on biggest independent Irish distillery - whiskey and jobs will flow

Walsh Whiskey Distillery in Carlow will be producing by 2016, 55 jobs to come.

From TheJournal.ie Euro goes down, exporters cheer (some of them) Going Down

Euro goes down, exporters cheer (some of them)

It’s not such good news if your business does most of its trade in Europe.

From TheJournal.ie Exporters rail against All-Ireland train strikes Derailed

Exporters rail against All-Ireland train strikes

Industrial action could have lasting consequences for rail travel, the IEA said.

From TheJournal.ie "I don't think we're back to cheese mountains": Coveney plays down Russian sanctions Exports

"I don't think we're back to cheese mountains": Coveney plays down Russian sanctions

The Agriculture Minister has said the effect on the Irish market this year might only be €8.2 million.

From TheJournal.ie AIB announces €200m fund to support Irish SME exports SME Exports

AIB announces €200m fund to support Irish SME exports

The bank’s latest Exports Outlook Report for SMEs shows positive mood among Irish companies for expanding their export market in 2014.

From TheJournal.ie EU beats US to become world's top agri and food exporter Food Fight

EU beats US to become world's top agri and food exporter

Emerging markets, like China, are pushing up demand for European food products, according to the European Commission.

From TheJournal.ie Sean Sherlock is jetting off to Switzerland to see how he can help Irish companies Trade Mission

Sean Sherlock is jetting off to Switzerland to see how he can help Irish companies

More than 200 Irish-based companies are already doing business in the country.

From TheJournal.ie Irish firms are growing, but overseas is the best place for new business Only Way To Go

Irish firms are growing, but overseas is the best place for new business

One-in-three Irish companies are finding their feet abroad, but still face hurdles.

From TheJournal.ie Why is the Mexican flag flying over the Mansion House?* Viva Mexico! This post contains images

Why is the Mexican flag flying over the Mansion House?*

*No, we haven’t been invaded.

From TheJournal.ie Guess how many of these were sold around the world last year? Cook Like A Frenchman

Guess how many of these were sold around the world last year?

It’s a lot of milking.

From TheJournal.ie Here's how much we're making from overseas trade Trade Surplus

Here's how much we're making from overseas trade

Trade gains bump driven by food, essential oils and organic chemical sectors.

From TheJournal.ie Gilmore: Not viable to export wind energy to Britain... right now Exports

Gilmore: Not viable to export wind energy to Britain... right now

He was hesitant to state whether Ireland would support sending an EU security force to Ukraine.

From TheJournal.ie Irish trade to Canada set for €1.2 billion boost Oh Canada

Irish trade to Canada set for €1.2 billion boost

EU deal could be worth €26 billion overall.

From TheJournal.ie Value of Irish exports fell by almost half a billion between December and January Goods

Value of Irish exports fell by almost half a billion between December and January

However, they saw a year-on-year increase of 4 per cent in January.

From TheJournal.ie IMPACT: Food exports could be hit by industrial action at Department of Agriculture Farm Inspections

IMPACT: Food exports could be hit by industrial action at Department of Agriculture

Over 600 technical staff at the Department of Agriculture intend to cause ‘administrative inconvenience to management’ from today.

From TheJournal.ie Over 18,000 jobs created by Enterprise Ireland supported firms in 2013 Jobs

Over 18,000 jobs created by Enterprise Ireland supported firms in 2013

Full-time employment levels in these companies are the highest since 2007 and total employment is the highest recorded in the last decade.

From TheJournal.ie This is where Irish food and drink was sold last year and how well it did Food

This is where Irish food and drink was sold last year and how well it did

We don’t know about you, but it’s making us a bit hungry.

From TheJournal.ie Value of Irish food and drink exports nearly €10 billion in 2013 Bord Bia

Value of Irish food and drink exports nearly €10 billion in 2013

Exports for dairy products and ingredients brought in the most money, followed by beef exports.

From TheJournal.ie Damien Kiberd: Drop the goody-two-shoes approach to economic policy Opinion

Damien Kiberd: Drop the goody-two-shoes approach to economic policy

Job figure increases are welcome – but Government needs to be bolshy to grab the three things it needs for proper growth.

From TheJournal.ie Irish dance show "to tour China for the next 10 years" Heartbeat Of Home

Irish dance show "to tour China for the next 10 years"

Chinese people absolutely love Irish dancing, it seems.

From TheJournal.ie Column: Betting your business on the domestic Irish market is foolish, lazy and unnecessary Opinion

Column: Betting your business on the domestic Irish market is foolish, lazy and unnecessary

Being ‘the best in Ireland’ is too limited a goal for Irish businesses today; businesses should emulate Germany’s ‘Mittelstand’ approach to drive export growth, writes Patrick Burke.

From TheJournal.ie Exports to lead "solid and sustainable" growth - forecast Economy

Exports to lead "solid and sustainable" growth - forecast

A growth in trading with China, Mexico and Argentina will be among the keys to the country’s economic recovery, says a new forecast.

From TheJournal.ie Enterprise Ireland to open offices in Texas and Istanbul Enterprise Ireland

Enterprise Ireland to open offices in Texas and Istanbul

Minister Richard Bruton said that the government is determined to build a “powerful engine of Irish exporting businesses”.

From TheJournal.ie Ireland sees drop in exports during July CSO

Ireland sees drop in exports during July

However, figures show the trade surplus has increased to €3.2 billion in the year with the agri-sector performing strongly.

From TheJournal.ie Slide in pharmaceutical sales drives a nine per cent drop in exports Cso Stats

Slide in pharmaceutical sales drives a nine per cent drop in exports

There was a decline of €703 million in the year up to June – driven largely by the drop in pharma sales, as patents for major drugs expire.

From TheJournal.ie Exports to fall by €2.8 billion this year Exports

Exports to fall by €2.8 billion this year

The expiration of pharmaceutical patents have impacted sales in that sector, hurting Ireland’s national exports.

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