The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) would like to see 75% in cuts and 25% in tax increases, it said in its pre-Budget submission.
What does ISME stand for?
ISME stands for Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association
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- Instituto sul Mineiro de Estudos e Conservação da Natureza (Portuguese: Mining Institute of Southern Studies and Nature Conservation; Brazil)
- Institute for Small and Medium Enterprises Development (Ministry of Industry; Thailand)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
But lobby group Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association said the plan was "long on aspiration and tragically short on real dynamic action".
The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) condemned the action as "nonsensical".
The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association claim thousands of jobs are threatened as rising costs continue to crucify traders.
The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association said last night that almost 300,000 people were now on the dole - up 121,000 on last year.
The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association estimated EUR5billion was lost in taxes a year because of illegal work practices.
He told the recent Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association conference: "It's the cleanest and safest option for mankind.
The Irish Small And Medium Enterprises Association called on the Central Bank to probe lenders they claim are refusing credit to businesses despite receiving billions of euro in handouts from the taxpayer.