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A lot done but more for next government to do, say business owners

Representatives want new administration to tackle issues such as rising costs, infrastructure problems and tax laws

19th January, 2020

In his role as chief executive of the Small Firms’ Association, Sven Spollen-Behrens has come to know the outgoing government well. Therefore, he’s as well-placed as anyone to assess whether it has delivered for businesses across the country.

“It’s a shame that they’re leaving now,” he said. “They’re just starting to understand the importance of small business to the Irish economy.”

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