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IOIInternational Olympiad in Informatics
IOIIsland of Ireland
IOIInterest on Investment (finance)
IOIInnovative Online Industries
IOIInternational Ocean Institute
IOIIndian Ocean Islands
IOIInstitute of Informatics (various locations)
IOIIndicator of Interest
IOIInternational Ombudsman Institute (Canada)
IOIIndication of Interest
IOIInteruniversitair Oogheelkundig Instituut (Dutch)
IOIIndependent Opportunities, Inc. (Tulsa, OK)
IOIInnovations in Optics, Inc. (Woburn, MA)
IOIIdentity of Interest
IOIItem of Interest
IOIInteronset Interval (music composition)
IOIIsrael Opportunity Investor (blog)
IOIIn Orbit Infrastructure
IOIIntegrated Operating Instruction (specifically, how to start up or shut down a nuclear power plant)
IOIInterim Operating Instructions
IOIItems of Importance
IOIInternal Operating Instruction
IOIInter-Ocular Impact (hits you right between the eyes)
IOIItem of Inspection
IOIInternal Operating Income
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The good people of the island of Ireland dare not stand idly by now.
"Approximately 45,000 visitors from GCC countries visited the island of Ireland in 2013, a 7 per cent rise on the previous year.
"Ireland's visa waiver scheme has also had a significant impact on visitor numbers to the Island of Ireland. The Short-Stay Visa Waiver Scheme was introduced in July 2011 to encourage tourism to the island of Ireland," added McDermott.
Dalata currently operates 37 hotels with 6,500 rooms across the island of Ireland and the UK.
A HBAN spokesman said it has completed 271 deals across the island of Ireland since 2008, raising PS35million of angel investment and leveraging a further PS65million.
Tourism Ireland boss Niall Gibbons said the sales mission is part of their attempts "to grow the number of Chinese visitors to the island of Ireland to 50,000 per year by 2017".
CHILDREN'S specialist heart services are to move to Dublin to boost excellence in surgery on the island of Ireland, if the money men get their way.
He added: "Given that American visitors stay longer and spend more than the average tourist, the US is a very important market for tourism to the island of Ireland."