Infrastructure Bill concern

The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has said it is “extremely concerned" about the government's decision to withdraw the Critical Infrastructure Bill.

11th December, 2004

The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has said it is “extremely concerned" about the government's decision to withdraw the Critical Infrastructure Bill.

The bill had proposed a national infrastructure board to speed up the delivery of major infrastructural projects through the planning process. The chamber said delays in the bill would threaten Dublin's ability to compete for foreign direct investment.

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