Number of new limited partnerships ‘abnormally high’ - CRO
More than 1,000 registered in a two-year period, annual report from state body reveals
The Companies Registration Office (CRO) has said the number of limited partnerships being formed is abnormally high after a surge of more than a third in the space of two years.
The state body made its comments in its annual report, which was published in recent days, showing that 337 partnerships were registered in 2018. While that was down on the 676 formed in the previous year, it still meant more than 1,000 had been...
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