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Business groups largely welcome Govt reopening plan

Business groups have largely welcomed the latest Government plan for the reopening of the economy, which will see sectors reopen ...
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Economic revival begins but won’t be easy

Is this really the beginning of the end of the economic misery that’s been heaped upon the country for the ...
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Central Bank: Lending by banks beginning to recover

A new report from the Central Bank indicates that lending by banks has begun to recover this year, particularly in ...
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Business group calls for certainty in reopening plan

Certainty on financial supports and the reopening strategy for businesses over the coming months are required from today’s Cabinet meeting ...
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Retail sales post annual growth of 8.5% in March – CSO

Retail sales volumes were 8.5% higher in March than in the same month last year, driven by growth in homewares ...
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Number of firms on Covid support in January highest since June 2020

Almost half of businesses surveyed by the Central Statistics Office had employees either on the Pandemic Unemployment Payment (PUP) or ...
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Retailers’ concern over plans on minimum unit price rules for alcohol

Retailers have expressed deep concern at Government plans to introduce minimum unit price (MUP) rules for alcohol before similar measures ...
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Donohoe: Rise in core spending will be higher than 3.5%

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, has said expenditure by the Government will be higher than the average 3.5% increase ...
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Food and drink exports to UK down 35% since 2018 – CSO

A new report from the Central Statistics Office finds evidence that Brexit has led to an overall decline in trade ...
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