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Ireland to Create 93k New Jobs
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Ireland to Create 93k New Jobs

The Irish government today unveiled a new plan to encourage and promote business start-ups in Ireland in an initiative they say will create 93,000 new jobs over five years. The Government’s National Policy Statement on Entrepreneurship in Ireland has a key target to double the jobs impact of start-ups in Ireland up to 2019, World Business reported. The plan seeks to increase the number of start-ups by 25% - representing 3,000 more start-ups per annum and increase the survival rate in the first five years by 25% with 1,800 more survivors per annum.

 

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