Committee for the Economy

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The Committee for the Economy is a Northern Ireland Assembly committee established to advise, assist and scrutinise the work of the Department for the Economy and Minister for the Economy. The committee also plays a key role in the consultation, consideration and development of new legislation.[1]

Until 2016, the committee was called the Committee for Enterprise, Trade and Investment.

Membership[edit]

Party Member
Alliance Stephen Farry
DUP Tom Buchanan
DUP Gordon Dunne
DUP Gordon Lyons
DUP Mervyn Storey
Sinn Féin Caoimhe Archibald (Deputy Chairperson)
Sinn Féin Alex Maskey
Sinn Féin Conor Murphy (Chairperson)
SDLP Sinead Bradley
UUP Steve Aiken
UUP Alan Chambers

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