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Timid business leaders must get into debate with enemies of commerce

Silence on jobs and livelihoods is rather cowardly

28th February, 2016
Ibec boss Danny McCoy

Last week, about a dozen business executives wrote a letter warning that an election result which led to a period of instability or gave greater sway to fringe elements would cost Irish jobs. The top executives, from national and international companies, asked voters to look at the global economic situation before voting. “Ireland needs a stable government capable of making the right policy choices for the future,” they said, reminding the public that the recovery...

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