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Global forum hears proposal for five year tax holidays to attract investment

Five-year tax holidays should be given to certain companies to attract investment in Ireland, according to one of the key speakers at the Global Economic Forum in Farmleigh yesterday.

19th September, 2009

Five-year tax holidays should be given to certain companies to attract investment in Ireland, according to one of the key speakers at the Global Economic Forum in Farmleigh yesterday.

Sir Gerry Robinson, the chairman of Moto Hospitality - who is credited with introducing central changes to improve efficiency in the British NHS (National Healthcare System) - said that businesses made decisions on where to locate based on financial arguments, ‘‘and you have to do whatever...

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