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Connect Ireland requests formal investigation of deal with IDA

Connect’s CEO Joanna Murphy wrote to the Dáil PAC chairman, Sean Fleming, last month

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
5th November, 2017
Connect’s chief executive Joanna Murphy

Connect Ireland, the job creation scheme backed by businessman Terry Clune, has said it faced a “stone wall of non-cooperation” from the IDA for a number of years and it wants a formal investigation of its dealings with the agency.

Connect’s chief executive Joanna Murphy wrote to the Dáil Public Accounts Committee (PAC) chairman, Sean Fleming, last month to outline her concerns about comments made by IDA boss Martin Shanahan at a PAC...

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