Importing from Ireland

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Importing from Ireland

Ireland receives variety of importable goods such as the refined petroleum which is valued at around $4.4 billion), packaged medicaments at $3.7 billion), followed by planes, helicopters and space craft with $2.4 billion. It also imports computers and data processing equipment, chemicals, textiles and clothing from its import partners.

These import commodities are sourced from primarily from Western countries such as the United Kingdom ($24 billion), the United States ($6.93 billion) and Germany ($6.4 billion) and some Asian countries like China ($3.8 billion).

Wood is also an important commodity that is imported by Ireland because the timber industry has been suffering from deforestation issues.

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