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The GAA has reported record losses of €34.1m for 2020 as the coronavirus pandemic hit the sporting body hard. Central revenues at the GAA plummeted by €45.2m last year, while Central Council income at €31m hit an almost twenty year low. The €34.1m in losses were comprised mainly of Central Council (€15.6m) and Croke Park stadium (€10.2m). Association finance director Ger Mulryan said the GAA would be “knocking on the government’s door” in order to...
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IDA plans media campaign in Europe ahead of steep decline in FDI projects
The agency has sought the services of a public relations firm to secure glowing reviews of ‘Ireland's pro-business proposition’ in outlets such as Sky News, Reuters, Bloomberg, BBC, The Guardian, The FT and Le Monde