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Connect Ireland review to examine cost to taxpayer

Connect Ireland held contract to operate Succeed in Ireland Initiative

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

2nd April, 2017
Terry Clune

The state review of the job creation scheme fronted by Taxback Group founder Terry Clune is to examine all the costs incurred by taxpayers and whether a new contract is needed, according to the terms of reference seen by The Sunday Business Post.

Clune’s Connect Ireland held the contract to operate the so-called Succeed in Ireland Initiative, which offered rewards to individuals who helped attract jobs to the country. A dispute between Connect and the...

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