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European new car registrations up 4.5% in November – ACEA

European passenger car registrations rose 4.5% in November, marking the third consecutive month of growth this year, thanks to robust ...
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€6 billion of land sales recorded in the last decade

New figures from property consultants CBRE Ireland show that a total of 73 land sales were completed here during 2019. ...
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Credit unions facing challenges despite strong reserves

A new report on credit unions show that they continue to face financial challenges in terms of income generation and ...
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Economy sees GDP growth of 1.7% in third quarter

The economy – as measured by gross domestic product – grew by 1.7% in the third quarter of this year ...
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US and China strike deal to ease growing trade tensions

The US and China agreed to the first phase of a broader trade agreement that will see the US reduce ...
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Motor premiums rise 42% despite cost of claims falling – Central Bank research

Average motor insurance premiums in Ireland rose 42% between 2009 and 2018, despite a decrease of 2.5% in the average ...
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Euro zone business growth stayed weak in December – PMIs

Euro zone business growth remained weak in December, with tepid foreign demand exacerbating a contraction in manufacturing and offsetting a ...
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New five year plan to future-proof manufacturing sector here

The Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Heather Humphreys has today launched a five year plan to future-proof the manufacturing ...
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50% of small enterprises impacted by Brexit – survey

A new survey has found that more than half of small and medium-sized Irish enterprises are experiencing some or significant impact ...
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