CH-IRL bilateral trade: a continous rise
Over the last few years, bilateral trade between Ireland and Switzerland has grown steadily, reflecting the close ties that both countries enjoy, not only politically and culturally but also commercially. The main goods traded either way between Switzerland and Ireland are chemicals, machinery, electronic components and computers.
2014 marks 75 years of diplomatic relations between Switzerland and Ireland.
At the end of 2012, Swiss capital invested directly in Ireland amounted to CHF 20.7 billion (+20% over previous year. At the end of 2012, it employed 9'500 persons.