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March 20, 2012updated 29 Apr 2022 10:01am

PwC Ireland launches China practice

PwC Ireland has launched its China practice in Dublin in response to increased demand among Irish companies for doing business in China.

The team consists of 30 Mandarin speaking staff and is lead by partner Andrew O’Callaghan.

“Over the last year or so we have seen an increased interest in Irish companies looking to do business in China as well as Chinese operations looking for opportunities to invest in Ireland,” O’Callaghan said.

“With a projected growth rate for China in 2012 of some 7.5% and a market of over 1.3 billion people, we see significant opportunities for Irish companies to expand into China particularly in the food, technology, pharmaceuticals and financial services areas.”

In line with the launch of its China practice, PwC Ireland is running Mandarin classes for staff.

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