EU Accuses Ireland Of ‘Aggressive Tax Planning’ For Multinationals

Economy, Staff's Picks

"Certain features of some member states’ tax systems (i.e. Cyprus, Hungary, Ireland, Luxembourg, Malta and the Netherlands), however, are...

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Dawn Meats Resumes Production As McDonald’s Drive-Ins Reopen In Dublin

Business

Dawn Meats stated that beef processing for McDonald's restaurants across Europe is to restart on May 25 as McDonald's plans to re-open....

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Hundreds Facing Job Losses At Dublin and Cork Airports Due To Coronavirus

Business

As Dublin and Cork airports prepare to face a significant decrease in passenger traffic, hundreds of jobs could be at risk CEO at the DAA...

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Ryanair Lays Off Staff In Dublin, Madrid And Other Offices

Business

Ryanair was forced to cut over 250 jobs at offices in Dublin, Stansted, Madrid and Wroclaw due to the reduced traffic in the wake of the...

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Finance Minister Warns The Budget Deficit Will Have To Be Balanced

Economy

Irish Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe said the country will need to find a way to run a budgetary surplus once more....

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Small And Medium Businesses In Ireland In Financial Trouble Due To UK Lack Of Funds

Business, Featured

Research suggests Irish small and medium-sized businesses may run out of funds as their UK partners struggle with their own financial...

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Irish Head Of Government and Infrastructure: “Government Needs To Prioritise Infrastructure Spend”

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Infrastructure spending should be prioritized as the economy begins emerging from COVID-19, Shane MacSweeney advises....

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Close To 1,500 Retailers In Ireland Plan To Reopen Next Week

Business, Featured

Close to 1,500 retailers in Ireland are getting ready to reopen their businesses on Monday including garden centers, hardware and phone...

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EU Pushes For Border Opening To Counter Coronavirus Impact On Tourism

Economy, Featured

Tourism, that contributes nearly 10% of the European Union’s economic output, is among the sectors hardest hit by the global outbreak...

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UK Economy Shrinks By 5.8% In March, Setting A Record Low

Economy, Featured

The UK economy shrank by a record of 5.8% in March from February in the wake of the raging Coronavirus epidemic, reports indicate....

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