At ISME we get our inspiration from the most wonderful of places. Today, Winnie the Pooh, everyone’s favourite bear, is 90 years old so we thought we might draw on some of Winnie’s wisdom to explain something about inflation in the Irish economy.
300,000 people will traipse through the event during the week and they’ll see sights from the gargantuan to the curious, from massive combined harvesters to a modest Legion of Mary stand. They’ll also see State waste.
“Following a €100m transfer of taxpayer’s money to Dublin Bus its management chose to describe what wasn’t spent from this massive subsidy as a profit.”
We’re not going to encourage them so we’re not going to name the organisation that sent this sad catchall news release out today.
State owned bank AIB has taken our advice
What we seek is a low cost lending mechanism that can give these struggling businesses some breathing space to help to adjust to the new reality.
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In Ireland it used to be when you needed a good Regulator you couldn’t find one.
So a State employee (Howlin) wants to use (mostly private sector) taxpayers’ money to pay more to those State employees.