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Tax breaks to attract eco-friendly firms

A new government action group is expected to recommend further tax breaks and grants to attract environmentally friendly and low energy companies to Ireland.

15th November, 2008

A new government action group is expected to recommend further tax breaks and grants to attract environmentally friendly and low energy companies to Ireland.

The Department of Finance and Department of the Taoiseach are examining ways of creating more ‘greentech’ jobs in Ireland and are looking at the templates used for the establishment and support of the information and communications technology (ICT) and biopharma sectors.

A recent report from innovation body Forfas found...

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