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# Exports

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Trade surplus widens to over €4 billion
€15 million made in new export contracts and alliances
Forecast for export growth lowered following poor Q3 results
Column: ‘People who learn foreign languages have the choice to stay in Ireland’
Fergal Browne
Exports up 10 per cent in one month
Central Bank revises down economic expectations for 2012
Service deficit down as demand grows at home and abroad
Exports fall by 12 per cent in just one month
Davy lowers forecasts for Irish economy
Irish export growth to slow as outlook for key markets dims - NIB
Ireland records its highest ever trade surplus
Central Bank scales down expectations for economic growth
Ireland's trade surplus rises 44% in May
Exports fall for second month in a row
Manufacturing output continues to grow - report
Mayor to fill the Mansion House with whiskey. Or something.
Higher Irish exports in February push trade surplus up 33 per cent
China posts trade deficit for first quarter of this year
Irish exports hit €162.7bn for 2010
One in five McDonald's hamburgers sold in Europe is of Irish origin
Exports rose during 2010: CSO
Trade surplus stays above €4bn for November
Irish exports see record results for 2010
Exporting firms report trade increase in last quarter
Ireland's economy will shrink again in 2011, says E&Y
Irish exporting sector continues to boom
Euro rates boost Irish exports