IDA ‘ready’ for arbitration with Connect Ireland

The state agency last year decided not to renew the contract it had with Connect Ireland, which paid members of the diaspora a fee for new jobs brought to the country

7th January, 2018
Taxback founder Terry Clune

The IDA has said it is ready to enter into arbitration with Connect Ireland, the job creation scheme fronted by Taxback founder Terry Clune, in a bid to resolve its contract row with the company.

The state agency last year decided not to renew the contract it had with Connect Ireland, which paid members of the diaspora a fee for new jobs brought to the country.

The two sides have disputed the number of roles...

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