No quick solutions, says Brosnan

first_imgPrint Advertisement Linkedin Twitter WhatsApp NewsLocal NewsNo quick solutions, says BrosnanBy admin – February 12, 2009 526 center_img THE Mid West region faces significant economic challenges and there will be no quick solutions, warned Denis Brosnan, chairman of the Task Force, set up by Tanaiste Mary Coughlan, at their first meeting in Limerick, this Tuesday.The Task Force was set up in the wake of the announcement of substantial jobs losses at Dell to examine and report on the policies and strategies necessary to ensure a competitive and sustainable economy in the Mid West region into the future.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The members are:* Denis Brosnan, Task Force Chairman* Martin Cronin, Chief Executive, Forfas* Roger Downer, former President of the University of Limerick* John Fitzgerald, Chairman, Limerick Regeneration Boards* John Herlihy, VP Onlines Sales and Operation, Google* Anita Higgins, General Manager, Adare Manor Hotel & Golf Resort* Kay McGuinness, Chairperson, Shannon Foynes Port Company* Brian O’Connell, Chairman, Atlantic Way* Ken Sullivan, General Manager, Element Six* Vincent Cunnane, Task Force Chief Executive, and Chief Executive,  Shannon DevelopmentSpeaking after the first meeting Mr Brosnan said: “The Tanaiste has asked us to take an in-depth look at all factors impacting on economic development in the Mid West, and in due course to bring forward proposals to her and to Government on the policies and actions required to drive the Mid West economy. I look forward to working closely with my Task Force colleagues on the important task given to us”. Email Facebook Previous articleHand over idle tavern to museumNext articleLee and Power to fight in ‘Erin go brawl II’ adminlast_img read more

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