Monday November 30, 2020

Companies obliged to divulge sensitive data

Private companies will, from next month, be forced for the first time to reveal sensitive financial information under new Irish legislation implementing an EU directive on the environment.

1st January, 2005

Private companies will, from next month, be forced for the first time to reveal sensitive financial information under new Irish legislation implementing an EU directive on the environment.

The EU public access to environmental information directive could tie up the planning process for even the smallest publicly-funded project. The directive will subject private waste and power companies, private contractors to the National Roads Authority, the builders of the proposed Dublin airport terminal and transport companies,...

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