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Exclusive: The tycoons and companies receiving state aid payments

Some of Ireland’s wealthiest business figures and multinational companies were recipients of millions of euro of state aid

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
30th July, 2017

Some of Ireland’s wealthiest business figures, including beef baron Larry Goodman, and multinational companies were recipients of millions of euro of state aid, The Sunday Business Post can reveal.

Under new European Union transparency laws, all grants and payments above €500,000 by the government must now be publicly disclosed.

The details show the IDA, Enterprise Ireland and the Department of Agriculture paid over significant sums of money under various schemes to Irish and...

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