Martin promises to bolster SME growth and cut capital gains tax
Fianna Fáil leader tells Dublin Chamber that his party would create a “growth task force” for small and medium enterprises
Micheál Martin has promised to enact an “SME master plan” and cut capital gains tax to 25 per cent in a pitch to businesses.
The Fianna Fáil leader told a breakfast briefing held by the Dublin Chamber that his party would set up a “growth task force” for small and medium enterprises, comprising officials from different government departments, enterprise agencies and stakeholders.
He told the audience at the...
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