Business & Economy of Ireland
An Aer Lingus plane and several Ryanair aircraft at Dublin Airport. Dublin Airport is by far the busiest of Ireland's airports by total passenger traffic.
Economy of Ireland
The economy of Ireland is based on high-tech services, life sciences, financial services, and agribusiness.
Major sectors of the country's economy are aircraft leasing, the alcoholic beverage industry, engineering, and energy generation (natural gas), the pharmaceutical industry, agriculture, and tourism.
Ireland's economy is heavily dependent on exports, with the USA and the United Kingdom being important trading partners.
In 2018, Ireland exported $32.9B in blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures, making it the largest exporter of blood, antisera, vaccines, toxins and cultures in the world. 
Irish beef and dairy products are also essential agricultural export products.
Central Bank of Ireland
Ireland's central bank with its headquarters in Dublin.
Irish Stock Exchange
Euronext Dublin (formerly The Irish Stock Exchange) is the most important stock exchange in Ireland.
Ireland's largest business network.
Dublin Chamber of Commerce
Dublin Chamber is the largest and most influential B2B networking and lobbying organization in Dublin.
Woolen mill, Wicklow.
Irish milk products.
Irish tea company founded in 1901.
Chupi Jewellery, Dublin.
Oats-based breakfast cereals.
Biscuits and crackers.
The Kerrygold butter and cheese brand is owned by
Ornua (formerly known as The Irish Dairy Board).
Irish tea company.
Irish chips and popcorn manufacturer.
Aer Arann Islands
Feeder air service for Ireland and the UK.
Ireland's National airline.
Europe's first low fares airline is still the largest low-cost airline in Europe.
Ireland's busiest airport, 30+ million passengers passed through the airport in 2018.
Bus Éireann provides bus services throughout Ireland, except for Dublin City.
The state-owned company provides transport services in Dublin and the Greater Dublin Area.
Irish Rail is the operator of the national railway network in Ireland.
Ireland's largest ferry company operating ferries between Ireland and Britain
and Ireland and France.
Ireland's major ports are in Cork (Port of Cork
), Rosslare (Rosslare Europort), Waterford (Port of Waterford
), and Dublin. Dublin Port
is by far the busiest harbor on the island of Ireland.
Dublin's regenerated Docklands with the harp-shaped Samuel Beckett Bridge over the River Liffey. Convention Centre Dublin. The sloping building on the left is the Convention Centre Dublin.
Image: William Murphy