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Warning: ‘Lawless’ border region losing millions in investment

QIH executive says local people have begun to ‘feel ugly’

Aaron Rogan

News Correspondent

@aarrogan

Aiden Corkery

Political Correspondent

@aiden_corkery
3rd November, 2019

The campaign of violence against Quinn Industrial Holdings (QIH) is starting to damage businesses across the border region, senior figures at the firm have warned.

Chief executive Liam McCaffrey and non-executive director John McCartin told The Sunday Business Post that the four-year-long attempt to sabotage QIH has had a ripple effect throughout the local community.

McCaffrey said people in the area have begun to “feel ugly” because of the headlines written about the region, and...

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