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Ibec downgrades growth outlook, warns of ‘misjudged’ reactions to inflation

Business group Ibec has scaled back its outlook for growth for this year to account for the economic impact of ...
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EU agrees on internet rulebook for Google, Facebook, other tech giants

EU member states, the European Commission, and the European Parliament have reached agreement on new rules requiring large tech companies ...
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How businesses can take the edge off their energy bills

The dramatic increase in energy prices in recent months has brought sharp focus to the need for businesses to cut ...
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Tourism industry recovering but facing new inflation, Ukraine threats

New figures from the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation suggests that the sector continued to recover in March – traditionally the ...
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Consumer confidence falls again as inflation fears spread

Consumer confidence suffered its second successive sharp monthly drop as concerns about living costs that hurt the macro economic outlook ...
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15% of SMEs considering job cuts due to rising costs

15% of small and medium sized businesses in Ireland are considering laying off some staff when the Employment Wage Subsidy ...
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Oil prices rebound after sharp losses as supply concerns dominate

Oil prices rebounded this morning from sharp losses in the previous session as concerns about tighter supplies from Russia and ...
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Work-life balance bill being discussed at Cabinet

Parents will receive five days of unpaid leave to look after sick children under new legislation to be signed off ...
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IMF cuts global growth forecast, warns of inflation danger

The International Monetary Fund has slashed its forecast for global economic growth by nearly a full percentage point, citing Russia’s ...
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