The Minister of State at the Department of Finance and Fine Gael TD for Wicklow, Simon Harris, has said today (Thursday) the latest CSO growth figures show the economic recovery is strengthening and the task now is to secure and protect it from Fianna Fáil’s high tax and spend plans. GDP grew by 1.4 per cent quarter-on-quarter and 6.5 per cent year-on-year.
Fine Gael TD for Sligo Leitrim, John Perry has said that a new planning permission application by IDA Ireland for Finisklin Business and Technology Park, spells good news for Sligo’s economic development. “The IDA has applied for planning permission for the Sligo Business and Technology Park in Finisklin. The application seeks permission for a new advance technology building, consisting of office and light industrial / production space.
Fine Gael TD for Kildare North, Anthony Lawlor, has said that the 80 new apprenticeships being introduced provide great opportunities for school leavers and we must work to incentivise small businesses to take on apprentices.
Fine Gael TD for Cork South West Jim Daly has said today (Wednesday) the latest Central Bank growth projections reflect the economic recovery and the priority now is to secure the recovery.
Minister of State for Tourism and Sport, Michael Ring TD, congratulated Team Ireland on the continued success at the Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles, California.
Fine Gael TDs Áine Collins, Tom Barry and Liam Twomey today (Tuesday), discussed the results of a nationwide SME survey with Minister for Finance Michael Noonan, as part of Fine Gael’s ‘Standing Up for Small Business Campaign’.
Brian Hayes MEP today said that the economic cost of Syriza's negotiation strategy with European creditors will cost the economy over €10 billion this year.
Fine Gael TD for Carlow, Pat Deering, has said that the report by Michael Kelly on the future of a university for the South East is good news as it makes the case that the project is viable and should go ahead.
“130 new jobs have been announced for Kilmainham in what is a great vote of confidence in the local economy”, says Fine Gael TD for Dublin South Central, Catherine Byrne.
“Ireland at the Cross Roads”