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  • New guides to doing business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States from Enterprise Ireland | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    2014 Enterprise Ireland has published new up dated guides to doing business in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Gulf States They provide a wealth of advice and information about the business culture and practice in different countries and will be of great benefit to first timers to the market as well as to those already active there The Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce is pleased to have contributed and we encourage all current and aspiring exporters to refer to them for good quality information and advice about doing business in these markets Downloads Enterprise Ireland Access Gulf States Enterprise Ireland Access Kingdom on Saudi Arabia The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights

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  • The Arab-Irish Journal : Winter 2013 issue is now available | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    December 2013 In this issue you can read about Minister Simon Coveney s recent trade mission to Qatar Saudi Arabia and the UAE the Ireland Saudi Arabia Business Council Emirates Airlines news Interview with CEO Petroceltic Brian O Cathain plus lots more All members of the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce will receive a copy of The Arab Irish Journal by post If you are not a member you can request a copy by email from info aicc ie or you can download it by clicking on the Arab Irish Journal link below Downloads Arab Irish Journal pdf The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle

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  • Post-Show Report of the Gulf Environment Forum which was held in Riyadh in April 2013 | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    the Gulf Environment Forum which was held in Riyadh in April 2013 October 2013 The Environmental and Sustainable Development Forum a strategic conference and international exhibition featured 35 leading industry speakers It covered a range of topics impacting on the environment in the Gulf Region including Renewable Energy Waste Management and Recycling Innovations Wastewater and Desalination and Energy Efficiency Further information is available from Mr Mostapha Khalil Exhibition Manager BME GLobal Limited E mail mostapha bme global com Website www gulfenvironmentforum com Downloads The Post Show Report pdf is available here The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle East and North Africa opportunity or minefield

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  • Back issues of The Arab-Irish Journal | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Notices News Events Publications Back issues of The Arab Irish Journal July 2013 Back issues of the Arab Irish Journal are available for download now on the AICC website in electronic form Click here to download Issue 4 2013 Click here to download Issue 3 2013 Click here to download Issue 2 2012 Click here to download Issue 1 2012 The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle East and North Africa opportunity or minefield Saudi Arabia Ireland Working Together A special Supplement with the Irish Independent AICC Special Report Arab Irish Trade Figures

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  • Arab Nationals resident in Ireland | Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce
    recently published a statistical survey report about the citizens of Arab countries who are currently resident in Ireland The report is based on data received from the Central Statistics Office in Ireland and is based on the National Census taken on 10 April 2011 Some key findings from the report There were 9 455 Arab nationals resident in Ireland on census night representing 1 74 of all non nationals in Ireland at that time The Arab countries with more than 1 000 of their citizens living in Ireland were Algeria Egypt Iraq Saudi Arabia and Sudan Over half of the Arabs in Ireland live in Dublin with Cork and Galway as two other locations of preference Between 2002 and 2011 the Arab population in Ireland increased by 128 8 More that two thirds of the Arabs living in Ireland are under the age of 35 and 90 are under 45 Of the total 49 are single and 46 are married with the remainder either widowed or divorced Read more about these interesting fact an figures in the report Arab Nationals Resident in Ireland a statistical profile Downloads AICC Arab Nationals Resident in Ireland FINAL 5 pdf The Islamic Finance Industry in Ireland Building Closer Ties Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce Annual Report Arab Economic Outlook Annual Report 2015 A new Export Start Guide to download Ireland Economic Update 2015 The UAE and Ireland this special supplement entitled A land on the move was published with the Irish Independent and is available here Ireland Economic Update 2014 a new report from the Arab Irish Chamber of Commerce The latest issue of the Arab Irish Journal Clyde Co launches its MENA Education Newsletter a quarterly publication on current trends and insights from across the region Selling Products in the Middle East and

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  • AICC Publications: The Arab Markets – Big Opportunities for Ireland
    look seriously at the many areas of future opportunity in the Arab markets We are there already There are already well established trading relationships between Irish suppliers and their trading partners in the Arab markets In many cases these connections go back over several decades of successful business together The continuous growth in trade in recent decades confirms beyond doubt that Irish suppliers can compete successfully and grow market share consistently in the Arab markets The Arab markets are not far away Morocco is less than a four hour flight from Dublin and the Gulf States are served with several flights daily and can be reached in just over seven hours There are many other flight options offering very competitive fares to all of the Arab markets Shipping and air freight connections are equally well served Furthermore the time difference between Ireland and any of the Arab markets is never more than three hours We understand each other It is a common experience that Irish and Arab business people understand each other and get on well at a personal level This results in a level of trust and friendship that leads to successful long term business relationships In addition Ireland has a positive image in the Arab countries which tends to ensure a favourable disposition towards Irish suppliers These markets offer sustainable long term opportunities Exporters can develop long term plans for the key Arab markets confident in the knowledge that they represent solid opportunities for sustainable ongoing business engagement similar to Europe or North America The report makes a number of recommendations about actions and activities which should be considered in response to these significant opportunities The private sector should recognise and respond to these opportunities Exporters already doing business in the region should deepen their involvement there and aspiring new entrants to the market should develop well researched business plans with a long term perspective and a professional approach The government should continue to assist and support all exporters This should involve a continuing programme of high level official visits to the key markets as well as a range of appropriate government to government contacts and structured arrangements to foster closer trade and commercial linkages Brand Ireland should be fostered and developed This activity should be co ordinated by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and should involve all private sector companies and organisations as well as the semi state commercial agencies notably Enterprise Ireland Bord Bia the IDA and Tourism Ireland More resources should be allocated to the region by the semi state agencies when feasible On the ground representation is essential for success in the region and this maxim applies equally to state agencies and to private sector companies More resources on the ground will lead to more business over time Foster and support the local Irish Business Networks in the region These new organisations of Irish professionals living and working in the region offer an additional and dynamic resource to support the exporting effort

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  • About Ireland | The Arab-Irish Chamber of Commerce (A-ICC)
    Consuls for Arab Countries Irish Ministries and State Agencies Enterprise Ireland Offices in the Middle East Trade Statistics Public Holidays Members News Updates Notices News Events Publications Yemen Banner Countries Algeria Bahrain Djibouti Egypt Iraq Jordan Kuwait Lebanon Libya Mauritania Morocco Oman Qatar Saudi Arabia Somalia Sudan Syria Tunisia United Arab Emirates Yemen Ireland Ireland Ireland is an island to the northwest of continental Europe and west of the United Kingdom The island is divided between the Republic of Ireland 26 counties and Northern Ireland 6 counties a part of the United Kingdom which is located in the northeast of the island The population of Ireland is approximately 6 4 million with 4 58 million in the Republic and approx 1 8 million in Northern Ireland Arab restaurants Dublin Keshk 129 Upper Leeson St Dublin 4 Tel 01 668 9793 The Cedar Tree 11 St Andrew s Street Dublin 2 01 677 2121 Dada 45 South William St Dublin 2 www dadarestaurant ie The Silk Road Cafe The Chester Beatty Library Dublin Castle Dublin 2 Tel 01 407 0770 www silkroadcafe ie Mosques 19 Roebuck Road Clonskeagh Dublin 14 163 South Circular Road Dublin 8 Visas Please apply to your

    Original URL path: http://www.aicc.ie/node/201 (2016-02-18)
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