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Welcome to Fitzgerald Fleming Long

Fitzgerald Fleming Long was established over 20 years ago by Robert Fitzgerald in Carrick on Suir and has developed an extensive client base over a broad range of business sectors both locally and nationally.

We have developed a reputation for providing a quality service, which is evident by the fact that a number of our clients have been with the firm for over 20 years and new clients are continuously referred to us.

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Building sector sees sharp drop following mid-summer surge

Construction activity plunged again last month following an earlier post-lockdown increase, as the economic impact of the pandemic weighs on the sector. The Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) published this morning notched up a reading of 44 in August, compared to 53.2 in July. Any figure below 50 signals contraction. And worryingly for […]
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Building sector sees sharp drop following mid-summer surge

Construction activity plunged again last month following an earlier post-lockdown increase, as the economic impact of the pandemic weighs on the sector. The Ulster Bank Construction Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) published this morning notched up a reading of 44 in August, compared to 53.2 in July. Any figure below 50 signals contraction. And worryingly for […]
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Ireland ‘not a winner’ as larger countries to gain more from digital tax

Proposals to tax the digital economy being brought to the G20 next month are more likely to favour large economies over small, open economies like Ireland, according to the OECD’s director of tax policy. In a webinar for the Institute of International and European Affairs (IIEA) yesterday, Pascal Saint-Amans, director of the OECD’s Centre for […]
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