By Jack Devlin, GVA Donal O'Buachalla, Jack Devlin, GVA Donal O'Buachalla4 June 1999
The Irish industrial market is heavily influenced by the Industrial Development Authority (IDA) which, with the assistance of generous incentive packages, a 10% tax rate and, in some instances, provision of sites or factory space, has attracted substantial inward investment.
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