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Small Irish businesses could create 30,000 jobs in 2016

182,000 small firms say economy will keep growing: SFA chairman

31st December, 2015
AJ Noonan, chairman of the Small Firms Association Pic:

Small businesses in Ireland could create 30,000 jobs in 2016 according to the Small Firms Association (SFA).

SFA chairman AJ Noonan said that Ireland had “transformed itself once again into a successful and growing economy – in large part due to the entrepreneurship, perseverance and innovation of small companies.”

“From January, consumers will have more disposable income due to reductions in USC. If the new Government puts the right policies in place, 2016 will be...

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