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Min. Coveney Announces Extension of Ukraine Enterprise Crisis Scheme

Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment, Simon Coveney, has announced changes to the €200 million Ukraine Enterprise Crisis Scheme.

The scheme consists of two streams of funding to enable viable but vulnerable firms of all sizes in the manufacturing and internationally traded services sectors to continue contributing to the success of the Irish economy.

The first stream which will assist firms suffering liquidity problems as a result of Russia’s war on Ukraine has been extended to 31st December 2023. The second stream which will help those impacted by severe rises in energy costs has been extended to the 31st March 2024.

To read more about the Ukraine Enterprise Crisis Scheme, please click here.