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Consumer prices fall 1.5% in year to October – CSO

Consumer prices fell at their fastest rate in a decade in October, with prices down 1.5% compared to the same ...
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Brexit grace period for NI retailers considered

The European Commission and British government are discussing a possible grace period to allow retailers in Northern Ireland time to ...
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Family businesses most concerned about tax system here

Ireland’s taxation system has been ranked as the number one concern among family businesses, according to the results of the ...
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Irish mortgage rates third highest in euro zone

Mortgage rates in Ireland still remain elevated compared to the country’s euro zone neighbours, new Central Bank figures show. Ireland ...
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EU-UK trade talks set to go past mid-November deadline

Talks between the UK and the European Union on a post-Brexit trade deal are likely to run into next week, missing ...
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FDI warns of ‘serious’ disruption even if Brexit trade deal reached

The Irish food and drink industry has warned of serious economic disruption even if EU and UK negotiators reach agreement ...
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Covid will cause Irish food service market to contract by half – Bord Bia

The Covid-19 pandemic will cause the Irish food service market to contract in size by nearly half this year, new estimates ...
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Tax policies ‘could be key factor’ in economic performance – ESRI

Researchers at the Economic and Social Research Institute have asserted that Ireland’s tax policy “could be one of the key ...
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Ulster Bank urges online shoppers to be ‘scam savvy’

Ulster Bank is urging online shoppers to be on the lookout for more than just bargains this Black Friday and ...
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