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Upskilling of unemployed will help us win investment battle

By building intellectual capital we can tap into the immense opportunities in growth sectors, writes Martin Murphy.

13th January, 2013
Forward thinking and quick action are urgently needed.

The IDA has set out a clear road map for what is needed to achieve Ireland's future success. It is ambitious.

More foreign direct investment and new international start-ups setting up operations here, especially in the area of ICT, are top of the priority list.

In 2012, we would have hoped for a reduction in the numbers on the live register, especially with recent positive statements from IDA, Enterprise Ireland and also export figures published...

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