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Manufacturing growth slips to 6-month low – PMI

Growth in factory activity slipped to a six-month low in September but remained close to all-time highs with the sector ...
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Water charges to rise for many businesses from today

More than half of businesses will see their cost of water increase from today, as a result of changes to ...
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Forecasts doubled for economic growth this year

Forecasts for economic growth this year have been revised significantly upwards by the Department of Finance today. When measured by ...
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Donohoe wants certainty and stability on corporation tax rates

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said that Ireland will enter the OECD’s global tax agreement if certainty and stability ...
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Pandemic’s lasting impact will be positive for some – KBC consumer sentiment survey

Almost half of Irish consumers believe the pandemic will have a lasting impact on their circumstances, according to the latest ...
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Firms face redundancy bills as payment pause expires

An emergency measure that suspended the right of workers laid off by their employers during the Covid-19 pandemic to receive ...
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Living Wage group recommends 60c rise to €12.90 an hour

The Living Wage should rise by 60 cents to €12.90 an hour, the group which calculates it has recommended. The ...
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Minister ‘convinced’ mica scheme can be improved

The Minister for Housing has said that he is “absolutely convinced” that the Mica redress scheme can be improved. Darragh ...
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No changes to Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme for October

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe said today that there will be no change to the Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme (EWSS) ...
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