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New agri-food strategy aims to create 23,000 jobs by 2025

A new 10-year strategy aimed at the agri-food sector has been launched by the Department of Agriculture.

Food Wise 2025 aims to increase exports in Ireland by 85% to €19bn and create 23,000 jobs. 309 more words

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NI's strong economic links with the US

Northern Ireland has very strong economic links with the US, when we look at a range of indicators, including visitors to NI, manufacturing exports… 73 more words

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South Korea just posted its biggest-ever trade surplus, and that's not a good sign

The state of the South Korean economy is such that a record trade surplus of more than $10 billion is still bad news, even for a country heavily dependent on exports. 159 more words

Business group makes pre-Second Budget submission

The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has announced their recommendations for the Second Budget 2015, calling on the Chancellor George Osborne to secure small business growth in the coming year. 202 more words

Dilma Rousseff needs to be on her best behavior for this US visit

Dilma Rousseff will be joining Barack Obama for dinner tonight.

The last time the Brazilian president visited with Obama in the US, in 2012, both… 538 more words

(What's Left of) Our Economy: "North American Economy"? Petraeus Tries to Fake Us

When I saw the headline on a new article co-authored by David Petraeus, former U.S. military commander in Iraq, my first reaction was “Finally! Someone from the American national security establishment who gets it on international trade!” When I finished, I realized that Petraeus had simply joined the rapidly swelling ranks of bigwigs who believe that they can become instant experts on the subject. 1,040 more words

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