Irish eyes not smiling

“China is a big trading partner for us, particularly in respect of agricultural exports. The Chinese love our milk, our dairy products have found a huge market there, but that’s not reason enough to bend over for them”


Barry Ward, a senator from Dún Laoghaire, a coastal town south of Dublin, talks to the South China Morning Post about legislation he is supporting that would monitor Chinese investment in Ireland more closely. Last year Ireland had a $5.2 billion trade surplus with China.

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