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Government to review its €17.5m deal with incubator

Support to be reviewed by incoming Communications Minister Denis Naughten

3rd July, 2016
Denis Naughten and our reporter Michael Brennan

The government is to review its support of NDRC, the state-backed high-tech innovation centre, investor and early-stage company incubator.

According to briefing notes prepared for the incoming minister for communications, Denis Naughten, and seen by The Sunday Business Post, the €17.5 million deal between the NDRC and the government is to be reviewed by the new minister this summer.

“The department will shortly initiate a review of the NDRC endeavour with a view to deciding...

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