Perpetual Growth

Dermody, Brian
January 2016
Checkout;Jan2016, Vol. 42 Issue 1, p66
The article discusses growth in the Irish food and drink exports in 2015 despite increasing global food prices. Topics discussed include the views of Aidan Cotter, chief executive officer (CEO) of Irish state agency Bord Bia, on the same, statistics related to cumulative Irish food export growth since 2009, and appreciation of the Irish food and drinks industry performance by Simon Coveney, Irish Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine.


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