Competing in Europe. Presented @ GATEWAY SEMINAR WATERFORD CEB By John F. Whelan 2009. Headlines 2009. Changing landscape. Banking Crisis. Introduction. Setting the scene Changing landscape Options for companies in difficulty Managing the situation Current issues. TIME to
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Presented @ GATEWAY SEMINAR WATERFORD CEB
John F. Whelan
Commercial requirements for survival in export markets;
WHEN THE TIDE GOES OUT WE SEE WHO HAS BEEN SWIMMING NAKED.
Global fund have helped
……May be winners and losers depending on negotiating strength
……Larger players may take the opportunity to increase pressures on smaller companies who cannot absorb price increases
International markets are easily accessible to Irish exporters
The cost of trading abroad is minimised
The infrastructure to reach export marketsis efficient and cost effective
Exporters are given maximum Government support to develop their international business.
The Regulatory burden on exporters is minimised
The IEA represents the whole spectrum of Irish exporters, including SME’s, multinationals, as well as service providers who are essential facilitators of our international trade.
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