This Report Is About It Industry Of Ireland.

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Ireland has been a member of the European Union (EU) since January 1, 1973. The EU is a customs union having free trade among the 15 Member States, while levying a common tariff on imports coming from non-EU countries. Europe represents a market of over 370 million people.Ireland has close transport connections to international markets. No part of the country is more than 70 miles from a harbor or airport, from which frequent shipping and air services connect with the UK, Continental Europe, and other international destinations. An extensive road and rail network provides internal transportation, supplemented by domestic air services between Dublin and Ireland's three other international airports and its six regional airports. The 'Celtic Tiger' economy is the fastest growing economy in the EU and OECD.The IMD World Competitiveness Yearbook ranks Ireland as the 7th most competitive economy in the world in 2001 gaining 2nd place after Singapore as the most global economy in an AT Kearney survey. The past five years have witnessed real economic growth of 5-10 percent annually. In 2000, the Irish economy achieved real GDP growth of 10.5%.The outlook for future years is very positive with growth rates of 5.5%-8.5% forecast. This dramatic economic growth has pushed Ireland into second place in the EU in terms of per capita income. Ireland attracted twenty-five percent of all new U.S. investment in the EU from 1993-1999 mainly in the high-tech area.According to a recent business survey, foreign IT companies are attracted to Ireland for the following reasons: 1) its easy access to the EU trading bloc; (2) the 10% special rate of corporation tax and generous state subsidies; (3) the quality and flexibility of the English speaking workforce - of all OECD countries only the Japanese workforce has a higher proportion of trained engineers and scientists; (4) the pulling power of existing overseas high-tech companies operating successfully here. According to the U.S. Department of Commerce, the average annual return on investment for US companies in Ireland in is an impressive 22% to 25%, compared with 11.4% for Europe as a whole. At present Irish companies and consumers are spending more on information technology than any other country in Europe, according to a Europe wide study by IDC.1.2 Information and Communications Technology (ICT) OverviewThe Irish information and communications technology (ICT) sector is very dynamic as international and indigenous companies seek to establish competitive positions in the computer hardware, software, telecommunications, e-commerce, e-business, m-commerce, and internationally tradable services segments. The dynamic nature of the sector, which is estimated at $5.5 billion, is being driven by the strength of the Irish economy, the market, technological, and regulatory forces that are shaping the ICT revolution, and the Irish Government's objective to position Ireland as key player in the 'Information Age'.Infrastructure...

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