Financial report set to reignite row over DDDA
The controversy surrounding the DDDA is set to be reignited this week by a new report uncovering further evidence of financial delinquency and planning irregularities.
The controversy surrounding the Dublin Docklands Development Authority (DDDA) is set to be reignited this week by a new report uncovering further evidence of financial delinquency and planning irregularities.
The report, by the Comptroller and Auditor General, to be published by the government, will show that the state was left exposed to tens of millions of euro-worth of losses as a result of its ill-fated involvement with the Irish Glass Bottle site deal.
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