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05May94 REPUBLIC OF IRELAND: LIGHT RAIL LIFTS DUBLIN'S SPIRITS - QUARRYVALE SHOPPING SCHEME TOO.

By Jim Kenny.A £200 million light rail system and a £100 million shopping development are set to give the city of Dublin a major boost.The Irish government has now re-affirmed its commitment to the light rail system proposed for the city, despite earlier fears that a slowdown in the pace of European Union investment could put the project in jeopardy.The light rail project is one of a number of schemes listed under the government's National Plan, which also includes major road ...

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