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Donohoe and Yellen hold ‘constructive’ corporate tax talks

Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe has spoken with the US Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen about the current OECD process that ...
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One third of business leaders say Covid has changed required skills sets

Nearly a third of business leaders say the requisite skills and experience on the board of their organisation have changed ...
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British Irish Chamber calls for ‘Shared Islands Fund’ to reboot UK-Ireland economic relationship

The British-Irish Chamber of Commerce has called for the establishment of a “Shared Island Fund” to help boost the economic ...
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Continued support needed for tourism sector – minister

The tourism sector will not be “healed overnight” and will continue to need support as recovery continues, Minister Catherine Martin ...
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More work needed on insurance, legal competition issues – NCPC

Issues around the cost of insurance, legal services and credit have not received the urgent attention required to support competitiveness ...
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Taxing times for Government as corporation tax decision looms large

When Paschal Donohoe gets to his feet on October 12th to deliver the Budget, watch out if his speech contains ...
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Government to help those struggling with increasing fuel bills – Ryan

Minister for the Environment, Climate and Communications Eamon Ryan has said the Government will have to look at similar and ...
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Govt in ‘constructive’ talks with OECD on corporation tax

The Government are engaging in “constructive” discussions with the Organisation for Cooperation and Development on corporation tax, the Taoiseach has ...
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Advantages of remote working should not be lost – Forsa

The largest public service union here will begin negotiations with the Government later this week on the future for working ...
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