Backers of scrapped job scheme want €20m in damages
Connect Ireland had five-year IDA contract to operate Succeed in Ireland Initiative
The backers of a job creation scheme that uses the Irish diaspora to attract investment to the country are seeking up €20 million in damages from the IDA.
Connect Ireland had a five-year contract from the IDA to operate the so-called Succeed in Ireland Initiative, which pays individuals who bring jobs to Ireland a fee of €1,500 per position created. However, the two sides are locked in a dispute over how many jobs have actually...
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