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Coalition frees up cash for construction

The government has indicated it will spend more money next year on building projects, in a bid to use spare cash to stimulate the economy and promote job creation.

11th May, 2013

The government has signalled that it intends to spend more money next year on building projects in a bid to use spare cash, including savings from the promissory note deal, to stimulate the economy and promote job creation.

The Department of Public Expenditure has written to other government departments asking them to submit lists of capital projects in addition to what has already been planned.

The projects selected are likely to include housing, retro-fitting of...

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