Mick Wallace The Government don't want to Retender & change Contract format for #ChildrensHospital - only explanation I can thin… https://t.co/yQ1uEAxrdB
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Mick Wallace The workings of #NAMA represent the biggest financial scandal in the history of the State, causing a loss of at lea… https://t.co/uodUUxJZgh
Mick Wallace The beautiful #NotreDame can be rebuilt, the artic circle, extinct animal species + ozone layer cannot, thanks to C… https://t.co/pe1OhBOPV2
To ask the Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation in view of the creation last year of over 13,000 jobs supported by the Industrial Development Agency and in view of the net gain of 6,114 jobs overall, the number of these jobs that were created in County Wexford; and if he will make a statement on the matter. - Mick Wallace. For ORAL answer on Wednesday, 25th January, 2012.   REPLY In 2011 IDA Ireland’s client companies created over 13,000 new jobs, up 20% on the previous year’s level of 10,897, increasing the total number of those employed directly in companies supported by the agency to almost 146,000. Overall there was a net employment increase of over 6,000.   IDA Ireland has informed me that there are 12 IDA Ireland supported client companies in Co Wexford employing 2,060 people. 51 new jobs were created in IDA Ireland supported client companies in Co Wexford in 2011. The most significant announcement in 2011 was in September when An Taoiseach Mr Enda Kenny, T.D. joined Mr Muhtar Kent, Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company, to celebrate the opening of the new USD$300 million (€200 million) Coca-Cola manufacturing and innovation facility in Wexford, creating a total of 100 new jobs of which c.65 are filled to date. This investment is a real vote of confidence in Wexford by a global leader.   The past year has been a difficult one for the South East Region with significant job losses. The rise in unemployment in the region has been sharper than in the rest of the country. I instructed my agencies to put together an action plan for the South East. The report was published in December 2011 and contains many actions that can help deliver on that ambition of having a stronger local enterprise base but it will only achieve so much. There are challenges for all agencies in the region to help build up the region’s competitive advantage and then to promote it in a co-ordinated manner.   The South East received a boost earlier this month with the announcement that Eishtec, a Waterford-based company providing consumer contact centre services, is to create 250 new jobs by mid-2012 as part of a major new expansion at its new custom built facility situated at the Cleaboy Business Park. This investment is part-funded by the Government through Enterprise Ireland and recruitment for the new position is currently under-way I shall continue to monitor progress in the coming year in relation to the South East Action Plan.

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