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Cost of supplying Irish electricity ‘wildly out of line’ with Europe

The cost of supplying electricity to Irish homes is “wildly out of line” with the rest of Europe, and the ...
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Foley to address teacher conferences amid calls over pay

Minister for Education Norma Foley will address primary school teachers in Killarney this morning in what will be her first ...
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High debt could slow countries’ recoveries – IMF

Debt accumulated by businesses and individuals worldwide could slow economic recoveries from the pandemic crisis, the International Monetary Fund has ...
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Govt cuts economic growth forecast due to inflation

The Government has cut its forecast for growth in the economy by 2.25 percentage points to 4.25% as a result ...
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Family businesses call for creation of taskforce to tackle rising cost of business

The Family Business Network is calling on the Government to establish a dedicated taskforce to address the rising cost of ...
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VAT cuts on gas and electricity from 1 May

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said that a temporary cut in VAT on fuel bills will lead to a ...
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Cabinet likely to consider living wage plans by summer – Tánaiste

The Tánaiste has said he expects to bring proposals to Government before the summer recess on how Ireland can adopt ...
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New trade strategy to safeguard jobs and win new investments

The Government’s new Trade and Investment Strategy, entitled “Values for Ireland. Values for the World”, has been published today. Seven ...
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Business leaders split on remote working bill

More than one-third of business leaders do not believe the Government’s proposed new Right to Request Remote Working Bill balances ...
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