Lew Glucksman, former chairman of Lehman Brothers and one of the towering figures of international business, who died recently in Ireland, spoke of the merits of a healthy tension between government and business that results in an effective legal and regulatory framework. Too much regulation stifles enterprise, too little fosters friction, scandal and corruption.
Ireland could strengthen its international competitive position and the environment for enterprise by replacing outdated and redundant accretions of regulation and...
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