Simon McKeever, chief executive of the Irish Exporters Association: will speak about trade relations between the UK, Ireland and the EU. Photograph: Paul Sherwood.

Turnover generated by nearly 2,000 Irish companies using invoice finance reached €25.9 billion in 2015, up two per cent on the same figure for 2014, t(...)

Aerogen chief executive John Power

Aerogen, the Galway-based medical technology and drug delivery company headed by John Power, saw turnover rise by 15 per cent last year. Accounts fil(...)

Eccleston Square Hotel: rooms have iPad2s and SkyTV

Hotel supplies smartphones for visitors’ stay Behind the façade of a grade II-listed building four minutes from Victoria station in London, the Eccles(...)

If Beps had not happened, the international rules on global business taxation would have “collapsed”, the head of the Paris-based OECD’s centre for tax policy, Pascal Saint-Amans, told a conference organised by the Irish Exporters Association

The risk of protectionist tax measures being taken by national governments has abated as a result of the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (Beps(...)

Exports: on the up. Photograph: EPA/FRANCK ROBICHON

Irish businesses ramped up the value of goods exported to the EU by more than 40 per cent last year, with Ireland now the fastest growing economy in t(...)

An employee views the Port of Shanghai from an office window:  services exports from Ireland exceeded goods to China last year. Photograph: Carlos Barria/Reuters

Irish exporters trading with Russia may be counting the cost of sanctions, while those hoping for a reopening of some African markets may have seen th(...)

Sarah O’Connor and Isolde Johnson with their Cool Beans products, which is now being sold through Waitrose in the United Kingdom: ‘The transition was greatly helped by the large number of Irish people living in the UK.’

As an Irish-based food company, the domestic market will always be of immense importance to us. However, we have known from the beginning that in orde(...)

Mircosoft’s offices in Sandyford, Co Dublin. The technology giant has replaced Google as the top exporter in Ireland.

Microsoft has replaced Google as the top exporter in Ireland, after growing its export turnover by 21 per cent from €15 billion in 2014 to €18.2 billi(...)

Dominick Chilcott, British ambassador to Ireland, said Irish dimension to the Brexit debate was not being overlooked. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / The Irish Times

Ireland could gain an additional €15 billion a year in foreign direct investment (FDI) if Britain opted to leave the EU, a conference heard yesterday.(...)

Irish export figures have benefited from a weak euro vis-a-vis the US dollar, but the Irish Exporters Association warned that this may not continue indefinitely. (Photograph: Alexander Zemlianichenko Jr./Bloomberg)

The Irish Exporters Association (IEA), the representative body of the export industry, has called on the Government to resist fixed wage increases in(...)