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Drinks industry will take legal action to stave off ‘sugar tax’

Government plans to introduce a controversial ‘sugar tax’ in the upcoming Budget look set to be met by a high-profile legal challenge from the drinks industry, the Irish Independent has learned.

AIB to tell 3,000 they are getting trackers back

AIB is set to restore around 3,000 mortgage customers to valuable tracker mortgage rates.

Rockefeller fund invests in Irish renewable firm’s Africa project

The Rockefeller Brothers fund has emerged as an investor in an African project of Eddie O’Connor’s Mainstream Renewable Power.

Stick with UK despite Brexit, EI tells Irish exporters

Irish businesses shouldn’t turn their backs on the UK despite the Brexit vote, with potential opportunities in the NHS, the water market and the Northern Powerhouse agenda, Enterprise Ireland (EI) has said.

Anglo-Irish trade ties at risk as May put under pressure to leave customs union

Mounting pressure on British prime minister Theresa May to leave the customs union could put Anglo-Irish trade ties at risk, it has been reported.

10 things we know about Brexit (that we didn’t a month ago)

Here are the 10 things we now know about Brexit… that we didn’t know a month ago.

Central Bank cuts growth forecasts after Brexit vote

The Central Bank has revised down its growth projections for the Irish economy this year and next year on the back of Brexit.

Central Bank to beef up security at south Dublin currency centre

The Central Bank is planning an €8.5 million revamp of its south Dublin currency centre to modernise the complex and boost security.

Cash buyers are king – as 60pc of purchasers don’t need a mortgage

Cash buyers are dominating the housing market, with new figures showing that the proportion of such buyers has shot up – they now account for six out of 10 house and apartment purchases.

Hibernia ‘optimistic’ on Dublin market following Brexit vote

Property firm Hibernia REIT has said it is too early to predict the impact Britain’s departure from the European Union will have on Dublin’s real estate market.

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