Ireland's lengthy planning process causing concerns for future investment
It comes after plans for Apple's €850 million data centre in Galway were shelved
It's feared Ireland will lose multi national investment due to our lengthy planning process
A centre announced for Denmark at the same time as the Galway centre will be operational by the end of the year.
The Taoiseach's now looking at ways to fast track planning for projects like this in future to avoid Ireland losing out to other countries.
Kevin Doyle, Group Political Editor with Independent News and Media was with the Taoiseach in San Francisco, where he met with Apple CEO Tim Cook.
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