American Chamber of Commerce 

Launch of the 2013 Irish-US Economic Relationship Report

KPMG is delighted to have supported the launch of the American Chamber of Commerce 2013 Irish-US Economic Relationship Report.

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The report, the third in a highly successful series, presents the economic impact of US-Ireland trade and investment relationship. It reflects the latest data on US-Ireland trade and investment flows and considers these facts in the context of Ireland’s current economic position.


The launch included a keynote address from Minister for Jobs, Enterprise & Innovation, Richard Bruton TD, a presentation from the author, Wall Street economist and strategist, Joseph P. Quinlan and a panel discussion comprised of senior stakeholders in global FDI, including Anna Scally – Tax Partner with KPMG.


Speaking at the launch, KPMG Managing Partner Shaun Murphy said “On behalf of KPMG, I would like to congratulate the American Chamber of Commerce and Joseph Quinlan on yet again producing a succinct and highly valuable document. It sets out just how well this business relationship works both for US companies and for Ireland.”


Download the American Chamber of Commerce Irish-US Economic Relationship 2013 report.



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