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China Replaces Germany For Ireland’s Imported Goods .

From January to August, Ireland imported a total of 4.81 billion euros (about 5.58 billion US dollars) in products from China, making the Asian country Ireland’s fourth-largest trading partner in terms of foreign exchange earnings, according to data released by Ireland’s Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Friday.

During that time, the three largest suppliers of imported products for Ireland were the United States (10.09 billion euros), the United Kingdom (9.77 billion euros), and France (6.69 billion euros).

Germany, which was the fourth greatest contributor during the same time last year, finished fifth this year with 4.71 billion euros.

Between January and August, Ireland imported 15.79% more products from China than it did the previous year.

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