Business to government: Insurance crisis is now our main election issue
More SMEs could be forced out of business in the coming months as the cost of cover continues to soar
The escalating insurance crisis is now the main election issue of business owners across the country, the government has been warned.
It comes amid fresh concerns that more SMEs could be forced to close over the coming months as insurers exit the Irish market and the cost of cover continues to rise.
Business representatives across the hospitality, leisure and pub sector said they were aware of firms being forced out of business by rising insurance...
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