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Irish tourism sector sees ‘unprecedented’ level of inflation

New research from the Irish Tourism Industry Confederation shows that inflation in May in the tourism industry was seven times ...
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Musgrave invests €25m in Centra and SuperValu stores as part of sustainability strategy

Musgrave is investing €25 million in SuperValu and Centra stores as part of a new sustainability fund aimed at helping ...
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Ireland ranked third-most competitive euro area country

Ireland has been ranked as the third most competitive country in the euro area by the latest IMD World Competitiveness ...
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Public sector pay talks to resume at WRC

Formal public sector pay talks between the Government and unions will resume at the Workplace Relations Commission. The negotiations opened ...
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Taoiseach says UK protocol plans are ‘anti-business and anti-industry’

The Taoiseach has described the legislation on the Northern Ireland Protocol published by the British government yesterday, as “anti-business and ...
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Ryanair CEO says summer fares will be up 7-9% on 2019 levels

Ryanair Group chief executive Michael O’Leary said today that bookings at Europe’s biggest budget airline are strengthening and he expects ...
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Major blaze hits Smurfit Kappa packaging plant in UK

Smurfit Kappa has resumed some operations at a packaging plant in the UK after a large fire ripped through the ...
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Euro zone to avoid recession, growth to accelerate in Q3 – ECB survey

The euro zone will avoid a recession this year and growth will accelerate noticeably after bottoming out in the second ...
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Growth in construction sector slowed again in May

Activity in the construction sector continued to increase in May but at its slowest pace in more than a year, ...
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