Ireland Has Had Over 90 Brexit Wins: IDA’s Shanahan

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    Nov.20 — More than 90 companies have either increased their business or added functions in Ireland due to Brexit, says IDA Ireland Chief Executive Officer Martin Shanahan. Despite this trend, the global environment has meant that attracting foreign direct investment to Ireland has been “challenging.” Shanahan speaks to Anna Edwards on “Bloomberg Markets: European Open.”

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