August 2010
Irish Farmers Monthly;Aug2010, p13
Trade Publication
The article reports that Ireland Labour Party Spokesperson on Agriculture and Food Seán Sherlock considers the potential creation of 5,000 new jobs in the country through domestic production of sustainable and renewable energy.


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