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article imageNew stimulus package 'to create 13,000 jobs' in Ireland

By Paul Iddon     Jul 17, 2012 in Business
Around 13,000 jobs will be created as a result of the new €2.25 billion stimulus package the Republic of Ireland is receiving.
Taoiseach Enda Kenny stated that this money will be invested in what he called "shovel ready" projects such as education, health, justice and transport reports the Belfast Telegraph, the Irish Independent and the Irish Times.
Most of the jobs created are targeted at the construction sector, the sector that took the worst blow in the recession. Mr. Kenny states that the investment in public infrastructure is part of his government's commitment to solve the unemployment crisis.
Projects the money will be spent on include a new campus for Dublin Institute of Technology, six new schools in Cork, Kildare, Louth and Clare along with new roads in Galway, Kilkenny and Wexford.
Projects the money will be spent on include a new campus for Dublin Institute of Technology, six new schools in Cork, Kildare, Louth and Clare along with new roads in Galway, Kilkenny and Wexford. Investments will also be made in some Garda divisional headquarters as well as in courthouses. Ireland will also invest some of this cash into a new State Pathology Laboratory "which is urgently required."
Mr. Kenny has claimed that "Europe has come round to Ireland's way of thinking," and added that "the next 15 months will be critical for Ireland's journey to recovery."
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