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R&D tax credit has led to massive investment

The Department of Finance is reviewing the operation of the R&D tax credit, but the evidence is that it works

5th October, 2013
ANNA SCALLY

The benefits of fostering research and development (R&D) activity in Ireland are considerable, and in the current economic climate employment is the most welcome of these benefits. But it is not just the employment of those directly engaged in R&D that is important; it is also the employment that is created in manufacturing and services activities that are possible because R&D is undertaken here in Ireland.

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