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Good governance and transparency

Many taxpayers fail to realise the extent to which they are shareholders in Ireland Inc and its subsidiaries, and why good governance and transparency are critical to their interests.

31st May, 2015
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Ireland needs a change of culture – but will it happen?Feargal Ward

The past six years have been trying for many. But strangely stress rarely turns to real anger or alienation when commercial matters in which the state, as guardian of taxpayers’ money, becomes involved and fails to live up to best practice in terms of governance and behaviour.

How many of our taxpayers reflect on the extent to which they have a personal interest in the success of our commercial state-owned companies including almost our...

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