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Government must sell Great Southern

Why does the state own a loss-making hotel chain? The only reason that the state, through the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), retains ownership of the Great Southern Hotels group is that enough political pressure has been whipped up every time plans

11th February, 2006

Why does the state own a loss-making hotel chain?

The only reason that the state, through the Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), retains ownership of the Great Southern Hotels group is that enough political pressure has been whipped up every time plans have been brought forward to sell it.

This time, perhaps, it will be different, with Taoiseach Bertie Ahern telling the Dail that a sell-off is the best option and even Minister for Arts, Sport...

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