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Infrastructure projects slashed for 2010

The 2010 exchequer capital programme will be nearly 12 per cent less than the amount invested in 2009

12th December, 2009

The country will see few large infrastructure projects start next year as almost €1 billion was shaved off the capital spend in last week’s budget.

The exchequer capital programme will be €6.445 billion next year, nearly 12 per cent less than the amount invested in 2009. The government has also indicated that it will invest €5.5 billion up to 2016 in major National Development Plan (NDP) projects. New roads and rail lines, hospitals...

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