Taoiseach Completes European Trade Mission

Taoiseach Enda Kenny has completed a European trade mission to The Netherlands and Germany, it has been announced.

A total of 17 contracts valued at approximately €57 million were signed by Irish companies over the course of the trip.

It is understood Mr Kenny will meet senior executives from a number of German companies with operations in Ireland later today, 08 January.

The Taoiseach will then conclude his visit with a courtesy call to Horst Seehofer, the Minister-President of Bavaria.


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