Ireland and Germany : Partners in European Recover

Ireland and Germany : Partners in European Recover

Author: Marc Coleman
€4.95
Ireland and Germany : Partners in European Recovery also highlights Ireland's competitive business model - at a time of growing scrutiny. With a foreword from An Taoiseach, a conclusion from An Tanaiste and contributions from NTMA Chief Executive Officer John Corrigan, Central Bank Deputy Governor Stefan Gerlach and Minister of State Brian Hayes, the book contains chapters from leading figures in finance, business and government. Published as a dual-language English and German text, this book tells the remarkable story of Ireland's recovery and shows how vital it was to the broader European recovery. It stresses how continued success in attracting Foreign Direct Investment and exports - and the business model on which they are built - are both critical to maintaining these recoveries. "Greece and Portugal are now gradually but thankfully emerging from crisis. While the efforts of their people are critical to that, the Irish people led the way by example - a fact that should be borne in mind when considering the obstacle that remains to lasting recovery - Ireland's debt burden", Irish German Chamber CEO Ralf Lissek said. As well as charting Ireland's recovery, this new initiative also addresses some remaining challenges to a lasting recovery including access to credit, renewing momentum on spending control and reform, keeping taxes as low as possible, developing the SME sector and developing the third level education sector. show more
Book Title Ireland and Germany : Partners in European Recover
Author Marc Coleman
Ireland and Germany : Partners in European Recovery also highlights Ireland's competitive business model - at a time of growing scrutiny. With a foreword from An Taoiseach, a conclusion from An Tanaiste and contributions from NTMA Chief Executive Officer John Corrigan, Central Bank Deputy Governor Stefan Gerlach and Minister of State Brian Hayes, the book contains chapters from leading figures in finance, business and government. Published as a dual-language English and German text, this book tells the remarkable story of Ireland's recovery and shows how vital it was to the broader European recovery. It stresses how continued success in attracting Foreign Direct Investment and exports - and the business model on which they are built - are both critical to maintaining these recoveries. "Greece and Portugal are now gradually but thankfully emerging from crisis. While the efforts of their people are critical to that, the Irish people led the way by example - a fact that should be borne in mind when considering the obstacle that remains to lasting recovery - Ireland's debt burden", Irish German Chamber CEO Ralf Lissek said. As well as charting Ireland's recovery, this new initiative also addresses some remaining challenges to a lasting recovery including access to credit, renewing momentum on spending control and reform, keeping taxes as low as possible, developing the SME sector and developing the third level education sector. show more