make up the greatest amount of GDP, 49 percent.
Industry comes in second making up
46 percent of Ireland’s GDP.
Then agriculture comes in last, consisting of only five
percent of the GDP.
Ireland’s Gross Domestic Profit as a Per Capita is at $41,100.
Ireland’s GDP has
constantly been changing over the years, mainly increasing.
Ireland relies on trade with many other countries, especially those in the European
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Exports include machinery, computers,
chemicals, pharmaceuticals, live animals, and animal products.
All of these exports bring
in around $102 billion in revenue.
The imports, which consist of data processing
equipment, other machinery and equipment, chemicals, petroleum and petroleum
products, textiles, and clothing, cost Ireland $65.47 billion.
The trade partners for imports and exports are different from one another.
imports are taken from the United Kingdom, the United States, Germany, and the
The United Kingdom has the highest percentage of Ireland’s imports at 37
The United States has 13.8 percent, Germany has 9.2 percent, and the
Netherlands control 4.5 percent of Irelands imports.