Thursday February 27, 2020

Entrepreneurship: Action plan set to stimulate Irish enterprise

Governments don't generally create jobs, but most agree that they can create the conditions conducive to the private sector creating jobs, writes Dave Boland.

26th February, 2012

It is a widely accepted political reality that governments, for the most part, do not create jobs. But whatever side of the political fence people live on, most will agree that governments can certainly create the conditions that are conducive to the private sector creating those jobs.

That is precisely what the recently launched Action Plan for Jobs 2012 aims to do, through a series of more than 270 measures designed to create more than...

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