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Ireland among countries in four-day working week trial

Ireland is among a number of countries taking part in a worldwide initiative trialling a four-day week with no loss ...
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Coffee cup levy ‘sends wrong message’ – retail group

A proposed 20 cent levy on single-use coffee cups “sends the wrong message on sustainability” and the Government needs to ...
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Building input price rises could negate easing in property price growth – BPFI

An increase in the supply of housing may be contributing to an easing in the pace of growth in property ...
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Services growth slows for second month in a row – PMI

More than a year of rapid growth in Ireland’s services sector moderated slightly for the second successive month in May ...
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Donohoe: Ireland, US, EU at co-operation ‘high point’ on tax

Minster for Finance Paschal Donohoe has said Ireland, the US and the EU are at a “high point” of economic ...
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Inflation hitting lower income households harder – CSO

New research from the Central Statistics Office shows that in March households with the lowest incomes experienced higher inflation, up ...
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No disruption expected to gas supply forecast for summer months

Despite the ongoing war in Ukraine, it is expected that restrictions on the importation of Russian gas to the EU ...
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Construction output falls by 2.4% in Quarter 1

The volume of construction production dropped by 2.4% in the first three months of the year, compared to the final ...
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Unemployment rate returns to pre-Covid level of 4.7% – CSO

The country’s unemployment rate fell to 4.7% in May from 4.8% in April to return to the level it stood ...
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