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Talking Shop: Government ignores basic principles of economics
The Bank of Ireland last week became the second of the big four banks in Northern Ireland to sign up to the UK government's Help to Buy scheme. While many have sought to portray this as a welcome vote of confidence in the Northern Ireland property market, attention should be drawn to the many dangers this policy poses.
Titanic Island Ltd
Titanic Island is the Northern Ireland subsidiary of Jersey-registered Titanic Investments. Titanic Island is the main property development firm on the 161 acres of land with a long lease from the Harbour Commissioners, at the Queen's Island site that was formerly used by Harland and Wolff.
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Shortage of mentors hampers recovery of the Northern Ireland economy
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