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Tánaiste and US trade representative discuss corporate tax, Good Friday Agreement

Tánaiste and Minister for Enterprise, Trade and Employment Leo Varadkar has met United States Trade Representative Katherine Tai in Washington. ...
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More than 100,000 properties to become liable for LPT in November

More than 100,000 new and previously exempt properties, most of which were built after May 2013, will be brought into ...
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20% of SMEs applied for bank credit – Credit Demand Survey

The results of the latest SME Credit Demand Survey shows that 20% of small and medium sized businesses applied for ...
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Consumer confidence steady, but business sentiment slips in September

Bank of Ireland said its latest Economic Pulse suggests that households and firms have taken the Government’s latest re-opening roadmap ...
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Asking prices for homes rose 9% in third quarter, but rate eases

Asking prices for homes in the third quarter were up 9% across the country compared to the same period last ...
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Bank of Ireland’s CFO to step down, lender blames pay cap

 Bank of Ireland has blamed state-imposed curbs on bankers’ pay and bonuses for the announcement that its chief financial officer ...
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Almost €1.2 billion worth of mortgages approved in August – BPFI

New figures from Banking and Payments Federation Ireland show that mortgage approvals fell by 9.2% in August following a record ...
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Tánaiste confident of pension, tax and welfare packages in Budget 2022

The Tánaiste has told business leaders that he is confident that the Government is in a position to include a ...
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Tánaiste signals increase in minimum wage in coming year

Tánaiste Leo Varadkar has told the Dáil that there will be an increase in the minimum wage in the coming ...
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