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Credit unions seek role in financing social housing

The Irish League of Credit Unions is calling on the Government to make changes that would allow the sector to ...
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Most employees want to retain option to work from home

Over 80% of Irish employees want to continue to spend at least part of their week working from home when ...
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Call to spread wage subsidy tax burden over four years

The group representing Irish accountancy bodies has called on the Government to spread the taxation burden for recipients of the ...
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51% of Irish firms expecting ‘U’ shaped recovery

Over 65% of global firms expect Covid-19 to have a negative impact on revenues in 2020, according to the Grant ...
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Donohoe to push for changes to EU Covid-19 recovery fund

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe has said he will be pushing for changes to the EU Covid-19 recovery fund ...
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Dublin Port volumes down in the first half of the year, but not as much as expected

There was a near 11% reduction in the volume of goods passing through Dublin Port in the first six months ...
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Govt urged to reduce alcohol, hospitality VAT rate to 5%

The Irish drink and hospitality sector is urging the Government to deliver a VAT reduction in the July stimulus economic plan. The ...
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Govt may extend rent freeze

The Government will consider extending a rent freeze and moratorium on evictions which was introduced as an emergency measure at ...
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Hotels report occupancy rates of between 23-26% for summer months

Hoteliers here are reporting occupancy rates of between 23 and 26% for the summer months, according to figures from the ...
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