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Growth prospects

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Irish engineers need to develop a more entrepreneurial culture if they are to help tackle the next phase of Ireland's economic growth cycle, said Langford.

They will also need to develop a stronger research capability supported by business.

'The IEI must play its part in translating Ireland's recently acquired high technology skills and manpower into a new engine for economic growth by promoting R&D and innovation between industry, third level colleges and research organisations.'

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