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Quango bosses to fall under public pay cap radar

Pay rates in both the commercial and non-commercial state bodies vary considerably, according to new tables obtained by The Sunday Business Post. However, most non-commercial bodies - often dubbed quangos - have chief executive salaries that are belo

11th June, 2011

Pay rates in both the commercial and non-commercial state bodies vary considerably, according to new tables obtained by The Sunday Business Post. However, most non-commercial bodies - often dubbed quangos - have chief executive salaries that are below the government’s proposed public sector cap of €200,000 a year.

As such, they will be unaffected by the reform, which were a much-hyped part of Fine Gael’s 2011 election manifesto.

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