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Tuesday 31 January 2023 Dublin: 7°C

# Exports

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Column: ‘People who learn foreign languages have the choice to stay in Ireland’
In Ireland’s export economy, languages are a direct route to jobs. So why aren’t we teaching them, asks Fergal Browne.
# Exports
Exports up 10 per cent in one month
The CSO’s latest figures show that exports increased by 10 per cent in August – good news following a poor performance in July.
# Predictions
Central Bank revises down economic expectations for 2012
Good news: GDP is to expand by more than expected this year. Bad news: GDP is to grow by less than expected next year.
# Services
Service deficit down as demand grows at home and abroad
The majority of Ireland’s exported services last year were in the computer sector.
# Trade
Exports fall by 12 per cent in just one month
The value of Irish exports fell by €935m in July – denting hopes that external trade could help to refloat Ireland’s economy.
# Forecasts
Davy lowers forecasts for Irish economy
Davy’s research division has revised its forecasts for Irish economic growth down as the global outlook deteriorates.
# Trade
Irish export growth to slow as outlook for key markets dims - NIB
National Irish Bank is less optimistic on Irish export growth as eurozone economies slow down.
# Trade Surplus
Ireland records its highest ever trade surplus
Ireland’s trade surplus hit its highest level in June as exports rose by almost 6 per cent.
# Uh-Oh
Central Bank scales down expectations for economic growth
The latest quarterly bulletin has less ambitious targets for growth in both GDP and GNP than the last one did.
# Trade
Ireland's trade surplus rises 44% in May
New figures from the CSO show that Irish imports fell sharply in May.
# Trade
Exports fall for second month in a row
Ireland’s exports dropped by almost €200million in April – but overall figures show they are still significantly higher than in 2010.
# Manufacturing
Manufacturing output continues to grow - report
The pace of growth in manufacturing rose slightly in April, while new orders also remain strong according to NCB.
# whiskey nation
Mayor to fill the Mansion House with whiskey. Or something.
“Whiskey paradise” to take over the residence of the capital’s First Citizen.
# Exports
Higher Irish exports in February push trade surplus up 33 per cent
Latest CSO figures show a boost in export values in February 2011 in comparison with January.
China posts trade deficit for first quarter of this year
Suggestions have surfaced about one of the world’s largest economies slowing down after China posted its first quarterly trade deficit in seven years.
# Exports
Irish exports hit €162.7bn for 2010
Latests data shows an increase of 6 per cent in Irish exports for last year compared with 2009.
One in five McDonald's hamburgers sold in Europe is of Irish origin
McDonalds exported €30m more Irish beef in 2010 than in 2008.
# Trade
Exports rose during 2010: CSO
The value of exports increased by six per cent in 2010 on the previous year, driven partly by the pharmaceutical industry.
# Exports
Trade surplus stays above €4bn for November
The value of Irish exports in November 2010 was €4bn more than the amount we imported – for the second straight month.
# Exports
Irish exports see record results for 2010
Sales for Irish exports hit a record €161bn last year, according to the Irish Exporters Association.
# Exports
Exporting firms report trade increase in last quarter
Businesses sending their wares abroad saw export activity pick up in Q4, but domestic demand dropped, says a new survey.
# Irish Economy
Ireland's economy will shrink again in 2011, says E&Y
Ernst & Young says GDP will fall by 2.3% next year, with unemployment growing – but there’s other forecasts for Celtic Tiger 2.
# Trade
Irish exporting sector continues to boom
The trade surplus – the amount by which Ireland’s exports exceed its imports – grew in September.
# Optimism
Euro rates boost Irish exports
Irish Exporters’ Association says exports for the third quarter were up almost 10% on last year’s figures.