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One disappointment for many in the services industry was Government’s decision not to keep the Vat rate at 9%, which will return to its pre-pandemic rate of 13.5% in Spring 2023
Minister Donohoe also detailed the huge increase in tax revenues filling the exchequer coffers this year
“Even since I was shopping around in June it’s gone crazy again,” said cafe owner Sarah O'Shea.
Mediahuis to move the printing of its titles to the Irish Times Group's facility in Citywest in Dublin
Businesses will be able to claim for a portion of increased energy bills above 50% of what they were last year
Sisters Aoife and Orla Lynch created a modern retail brand which they believe will survive current economic risks
Pre-tax losses at the Stripe unit fell from $135.5m to $22.12m
One of the most impressive features of the Sonoflow is the battery life which 1More claims is up to 70 hours with ANC off.
Ukraine said nine ships with 345,300 tonnes of agricultural products had left Black Sea ports on Tuesday
Lack of engineers to install solar panels amid soaring demand from households and businesses
Not everyone is pulling mortgage products, including some of the UK's biggest lenders.
Strong performance across the Group’s seed and crop protection portfolios were offset by reduced fertiliser demand
North American factories made 7.4 million cars and trucks in the first half of this year, but only 323,000 of them were battery-powered, according to ...
European wholesale gas advanced after four days of losses as issues reported at the shuttered Nord Stream pipeline added to uncertainty over future ...
Bank of America said British economic policy was 'toxic' and helping drive sterling into a crisis
The good weather in August meant there was not a lot of wind energy available in Ireland
Irish experts fear that the fright taken by financial markets reflects fears that the British economy is heading toward a prolonged recession
Expectations for policy easing during 2023 have largely evaporated everywhere, with eurozone rates expected to be about 2.75% in three years’ time
Airline to target 78% drop in emissions by 2050 via investments in efficient aircraft, sustainable aviation fuel, and operating improvements
Eurozone economic growth projected to slow from 3.1% this year to only 0.3% in 2023, which implies bloc will spend at least part of the year in a recession