Press Releases

Here you will find links to the Press Releases issued by the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment arranged with the most recent at the top of the list.

08/10/2012

Office of Fair Trading to Address Committee on UK Petrol and Diesel Prices

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10/10/2012

Ulster Bank to Address Committees on Compensation Scheme

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11/10/2012

Ulster Bank Must Address Accountability and Proper Compensation, Committees Urge

The Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment and the Committee for Finance and Personnel received a briefing today from Ulster Bank officials on what action has been taken following the bank’s system failure earlier this year.

Reference: ETI 02/12/13 / CFP 02/12/13

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01/11/2012

Committee Chair To Meet With Secretary Of State On Economy

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05/11/2012

Committee Chairperson welcomes Secretary of State's support for Devolvement of Corporation tax

Chairperson of the Northern Ireland Assembly Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Patsy McGlone MLA, met with the Secretary of State, Theresa Villiers MP, today to discuss the Northern Ireland economy and devolution of corporation tax varying powers.

Reference: ETI 03/12/13

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09/11/2012

Committee to Bring Together Key Players at Research and Development Event

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21/11/2012

Committee to hold meeting at BT Tower to discuss 4G

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23/11/2012

Committee Call for Executive to Help Drive Innovation

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26/11/2012

Committee Calls for Executive to Help Drive Innovation

The Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment put forward a motion in the Assembly that called on the Executive to promote awareness of the Small Business Research Initiative (SBRI).

Reference: ETI 04/12/13

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28/11/2012

Committee to Consider Farm safety Issues

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