India-Ireland interactions go back to the nineteenth century, when a significant number of Irishmen joined the British Civil Service, colonial medical and engineering services and colonial army regiments in India. During this period, Irish missionaries and educationists also spread out into all regions of India.

Main items of Indian exports to Ireland include textiles, garments and clothing accessories, pharmaceuticals, light engineering goods and chemicals. Major items of Irish exports to India include telecommunications equipment, computer accessories, precision equipment and pharmaceuticals.

Major Indian companies which have presence in Ireland include Wockhardt, Sun Pharma, Reliance GeneMedix Ltd., Infosys, CG Global, First Source, Tata Consultancy Services, HCL, WIPRO, Deepak Fasteners, Jain Irrigation Europe, Aditi Technologies and Synowledge.

Major Irish companies which have presence in India are CRH Taxback Group; Connolly Red Mills, Globoforce, ICON, Kerry Group, Diageo, Glanbia.

The last Foreign Office Consultations were held in Dublin in February 2015. Bilateral trade between India and Ireland touched US $ 1.2 billion in 2014-15 as compared to US$972 million in 2013-14. As compared to 2013-14, exports from India to Ireland increased by 83.34% (total US $ 760 million) and imports registered a decrease of 4.51% (total US $ 533 million). 

Major Indian companies which have presence in Ireland include Wockhardt, Sun Pharma, Reliance GeneMedix Ltd., Infosys, CG Global, First Source, Tata Consultancy Services, HCL, WIPRO, Deepak Fasteners, Jain Irrigation Europe, Aditi Technologies and Synowledge.

Major Irish companies which have presence in India are CRH Taxback Group; Connolly Red Mills, Globoforce, ICON, Kerry Group, Diageo, Glanbia.

 

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