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5.2 ECONOMICS AND BUSINESS, 5.6 POLITICAL SCIENCE, History
Today, Ireland is host to 1,033 multinational corporations. They directly employ 152,785 and account for 70 per cent or €122.5bn of exports. It’s a story that has its roots in the 1940s.
Donnelly, P. (2013) How Foreign Firms Transformed Ireland’s Domestic Economy. The Irish Times, 13 November, Special Issue: 50 Years of Business, p.20 (invited article). Available: http://www.irishtimes.com/business/how-foreign-firms-transformed-ireland-s-domestic-economy-1.1593462
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