Enterprise, Trade and Investment
Welcome to the Home Page of the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment. The committee was established to advise and assist the Minister of Enterprise, Trade and Investment, Jonathan Bell, MLA, on matters within his responsibility as a Minister. The committee undertakes a scrutiny, policy development and consultation role with respect to the Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment and plays a key role in the consideration and development of legislation. The Committee Chairperson is Mr Patsy McGlone MLA.
The Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment last met on Thursday 09 July 2015 at 14:00 in Parliament Buildings to discuss the Renewables Obligation Closure Order (NI) 2015.
Inquiry into Economic Growth and Job Creation in a Reduced Tax Environment
Listen to the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment Chairperson, Patsy McGlone, talk about the Committee’s Inquiry into Economic Growth and Job Creation in a Reduced Tax Environment on Tuesday 20 January 2015.
Please visit the Terms of Reference of the Inquiry for full details and how to respond
- Listen Again
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- Forward Work Programme
- Legislation - Committee Stage of Bills
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- Hydraulic Fracturing
- European Matters
- Committee Motions
- Sub-Regional Economic Data
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Contact the Committee
Committee Clerk: Jim McManus
Room 346,Parliament Buildings,
Belfast, BT4 3XX
Tel: (028) 9052 1230
Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment
Members of the NI Assembly Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment
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ETI Committee Hosts Joint Oireachtas Committee On Transport and Communications
The Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment (CETI) hosted their Oireachtas counterpart in a meeting devoted to hearing about the work of Tourism Ireland. Listen to our interview with the Chairs below: