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Euro zone economy remains weak but green shoots emerging

Euro zone business activity remained lacklustre at the start of the year, a survey showed today but there were some ...
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ECB launches review, keeps policy on hold

The European Central Bank launched a broad review of its policy today that is likely to see new President Christine ...
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France reaches deal with US on digital tax talks

French Finance Minister Bruno Le Maire said France had reached an agreement with the US on the basis for future talks ...
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Costs and competitiveness a key focus for tourism industry

The tourism industry needs to focus on costs and competitiveness as the sector faces into choppier waters in the years ...
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Irish tax system best in EU at reducing inequality – ESRI

Research by the Economic and Social Research Institute has found that the Irish tax system does more than any other ...
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ECB to launch review that will redefine its mission and tools

European Central Bank President Christine Lagarde is set to launch a broad review of the bank’s policy today that is ...
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Digital tax should be dealt with multilaterally – IDA chief

The chief executive of IDA Ireland has said it is hard to see how a digital tax makes sense. Speaking ...
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Home building levels reach 10 year high – Goodbody

21,500 new homes were completed last year, according to new analysis from stockbrokers Goodbody, up 19% on the figure for ...
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Ireland has fifth largest number of billionaires per capita – Oxfam

A new study has found that Ireland has the fifth largest number of billionaires relative to its population of any ...
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