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Northern Ireland's ministers launch Ulster Business Top 100 companies list

Published 19/09/2016

First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness attended the Ulster Business Magazine Top 100 companies gala dinner in the Great Hall at Queen's University, Belfast, on Thursday night. They attended the event, which was sponsored by law firm A&L Goodbody, at the Great Hall in Queen's University, Belfast, on Friday night. From left to right: David Elliott, Ulster Business editor; First Minister Arlene Foster; Mark Thompson, A&L Goodbody; Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, and Peter Stafford, chairman of A&L Goodbody
First Minister Arlene Foster and Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness attended the Ulster Business Magazine Top 100 companies gala dinner in the Great Hall at Queen's University, Belfast, on Thursday night. They attended the event, which was sponsored by law firm A&L Goodbody, at the Great Hall in Queen's University, Belfast, on Friday night. From left to right: David Elliott, Ulster Business editor; First Minister Arlene Foster; Mark Thompson, A&L Goodbody; Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, and Peter Stafford, chairman of A&L Goodbody

The First and Deputy First Ministers have helped launch this year's Ulster Business Top 100 Companies list.

They attended the event, which was sponsored by law firm A&L Goodbody, at the Great Hall in Queen's University, Belfast, on Friday night.

Left to right: David Elliott, Ulster Business editor; First Minister Arlene Foster; Mark Thompson, A&L Goodbody; Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness, and Peter Stafford, chairman of A&L Goodbody

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