Wednesday October 21, 2020

Time to take the long view

Ireland could reap huge benefits from refining its approach to infrastructural development, writes Michele Connolly

30th July, 2017

After several years of recession, we have entered a period of sustained but fragile growth. However, with fiscal policy mainly focused on current spending, there is a need to promote the benefits of a more planned approach to infrastructural development.

The extent of the challenge is heightened by the fact that while we perform well in many global indices, it is often infrastructure that lets us down. The most recent edition of the IMD Global...

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