A Mori survey of 600 senior business people for the Chambers of Commerce of Ireland revealed concerns over the rate of the Irish government's investment in all forms of transport.
What does CCI stand for?
CCI stands for Chambers of Commerce of Ireland
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We have 551 other meanings of CCI in our Acronym Attic
- Centre of Excellence for Creative Industries and Innovation (Australia)
- Centro Clinico Integrado (Guatemala health care institution)
- Centro Coordinador Indigenista (Spanish: Indigenous Coordinator Center; Mexico)
- Certified CARE (Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education) Instructor
- Certified Computer Investigator
- Certified Court Interpreter
- César E. Chávez Institute (San Francisco State University; California)
- Chamber of Commerce & Industry (Western Australia)
- Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Western Australia)
- Chambers of Commerce and Industry
- Chambre de Commerce et d'Industrie (France)
- Chambre de Commerce et Industrie
- Chambre de Commerce Internationale (French: International Chamber of Commerce)
- Channel Covariance Information
- Charge Contrast Imaging
- Cheshil Consultants, Inc.
- Chess Collectors International
- Chiari Connection International
- Children Challenging Industry
- Children's Camps International
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The Chambers of Commerce of Ireland Transport Users pleaded for large-scale projects.
However, business chiefs claim the rise will hit trade with the Chambers of Commerce of Ireland saying it will cost Irish businesses a total of up to EUR250,000 an hour.
A spokesman for the Chambers of Commerce of Ireland said yesterday: ''We don't want to take away from the importance of visits to different towns and cities by the European Ministers but feel some towns are expecting too much in a hurry.
Byline: MIRROR REPORTER THE Government must make it easier for businesses to employ non-nationals in Ireland, the Chambers of Commerce of Ireland (CCI) said yesterday.