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EU sets out plans to built the power of the euro

Europe is too vulnerable to the global power of the dollar and must ensure the international standing of its euro ...
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Residential property prices saw a return to growth in November – CSO

Residential property prices rose on an annual basis for the first time in six months in November after disruption from ...
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Dublin Port records third busiest year in 2020 despite Covid challenges

The volume of cargo passing through Dublin Port in the last three months of 2020 rose by 7.6% as pre-Brexit stockpiling, ...
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ITIC calls for more support for tourism industry

The Irish Tourism Industry Confederation has outlined nine key policies which it says are needed to safeguard the industry as ...
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No reason to expect significant shortage of goods – official

A senior Government official has said there is no reason to expect there will be any significant shortages in goods ...
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PUP numbers jump by over 15% in the last week

Some 460,000 people will receive the Pandemic Unemployment Payment this week – an increase of over 15% in the last ...
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Price rises expected as estate agents struggle to meet demand – SCSI

Chartered estate agents say they are struggling to meet demand for property, especially from first time buyers. A survey of ...
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New online resource launched for those wishing to upskill or retrain

A new online portal for those hoping to upskill or retrain is being launched by the Minister for Higher Education Simon ...
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Number of new firms set up hits four year low in 2020

The Covid-19 pandemic had a big impact on company formations last year, with the number of new firms established in ...
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