A national infrastructure fit for the 21st century
In order for business to flourish, policymakers must understand that the fate of our economy and its people are inextricably linked
Ireland’s economy is at a historic turning point. The pace of the turnaround from recession to recovery and into our new growth phase has been remarkable. Disposable incomes are rising and spreading through Irish society.
Yet this greater private affluence is developing against the backdrop of wholly inadequate public infrastructure.
Significant problems are becoming apparent across a range of areas, from talent shortages to housing and transport congestion. In their everyday lives people...
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