State review to reduce red tape for Irish firms

The government is to review large tranches of Irish employment law and company legislation as part of a major overhaul of the administrative burden on Irish businesses.

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Ian Kehoe

6th September, 2008

The government is to review large tranches of Irish employment law and company legislation as part of a major overhaul of the administrative burden on Irish businesses.

The Department of Enterprise, Trade and Employment is to review all relevant legislation under its control, in a move that is expected to streamline the number of forms and documents Irish businesses are obliged to process.

The department is placing particular emphasis on the administrative burden of company...

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