In meeting the OECD's definition of a business model with substance, Ireland has moved from economic laggard to a country possessing one of the fastest growing economies in the developed world. Smaller countries like Ireland must seek to ensure the global economy retains the open policies that benefit so many. Ireland: A Model of Substance explains the nature and structure of the Irish business model so it is understood and valued.
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This report shows that the Irish business model is built on what the OECD terms substance
Learn about the deep and enduring relationship between the two economies and countries.
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Our Economy and Taxation team, led by Gerard Brady, together with our Corporate Affairs team led by Siobhán Masterson, communicate Ibec's analysis of the Irish economy through the campaign, Ireland: A Model of Substance.
For further information on our campaign or to organise a briefing, contact our Corporate Affairs team at: 01 605 1527.Contact us