This Article will outline the effects that Ireland's membership in the European Community has had on direct investment by United States corporations in Ireland. The Article begins with a survey of the diplomatic, commercial, and economic links between the United States and Ireland, and then examines the relationship between the United States and the European Community. The third section reviews the legal and constitutional aspects of Irish membership in the European Community and outlines the new legal and economic order of which Ireland has become a member. Last, the Article examines the effect that Ireland's membership in the European Community has had on its relations with the United States and assesses the impact of its European Community membership on United States enterprises established in Ireland.
The European Community, the United States, and Ireland: An Intermesh of Statutory Provisions,
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