Tuesday September 22, 2020

A shared voice for Ireland

Five Irish cities have joined forces in a common goal to boost economic development in their regions, writes Siobhán Maguire

24th March, 2019
Dave Hickey, Galway Chamber; Thomas McHugh, Cork Chamber; Mary Rose Burke, Dublin Chamber; Eoghan Murphy, Minister for Housing; Dee Ryan, Limerick Chamber and Gerald Horgan, Waterford Chamber

When Project Ireland 2040 was launched last summer, the €116 billion government initiative was flagged as a commitment to overseeing Ireland’s development over the next two decades.

The plan, widely welcomed for its vision to promote and drive economic growth across the country, inspired five Chambers of Commerce, between them representing the regions of Dublin, Cork, Galway, Limerick and Waterford, to meet and share their views on how each of their cities could progress...

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