Poland with its significant economic growth is one of the most important markets in the implementation of Ireland's plan to increase exports of Irish companies outside the UK by 50 percent in 2017-2020, director of Enterprise Ireland Marina Donohoe informed ISBnews.

Currently, Polish-Irish trade is valued at €3.5 billion and is growing by 10-15 percent per year. Various analyses also show that the Polish community in Ireland is becoming more and more active in business. There are more and more companies founded by Poles and supported financially and logistically by Enterprise Ireland (equivalent to the Polish Investment and Trade Agency).



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