Thursday April 2, 2020

Michael Murray: We might just get an investor-friendly government

We really need one

21st February, 2016
Enda Kenny rang the opening bell of the NASDAQ at the Dublin Web Summit in 2011

You have probably, by now, had your fill of staged, soundbite-saturated TV debates, poster-saturated lamp posts and junk-filled letterboxes. You don’t need to be either an economist or a political or social scientist to know that the rising economic, fiscal and social pressures on our public services – be it healthcare for an ageing population, or state pensions for the rising numbers of elderly – will ensure that our next government will face huge challenges...

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