Northern Ireland: M&A activity belies stalemate
In spite of the painfully slow progress towards a lasting political solution to Northern Ireland's problems, its economy has continued to perform steadily. The last 12 to 18 months has seen significant merger and acquisitions activity across major sectors of the economy. Paul McBride and Richard Gray report
One of the growing trends since the Good Friday Agreement was signed in 1998 has been the amount of inward investment by acquisition, particularly by British and US-based acquirers.
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