IRELAND - Up to a quarter of the country's €24bn ($34.2bn) National Pension Reserve Fund should be used to create jobs and invest in infrastructure, the Irish Congress of Trade Unions said.
In its 2011 pre-budget report released yesterday, the Congress said €2bn per year for the next three years could be taken from the reserve fund. The assets could be used to developed projects to spur job...
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