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Retailers’ concern over plans on minimum unit price rules for alcohol

Retailers have expressed deep concern at Government plans to introduce minimum unit price (MUP) rules for alcohol before similar measures ...
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Donohoe: Rise in core spending will be higher than 3.5%

The Minister for Finance, Paschal Donohoe, has said expenditure by the Government will be higher than the average 3.5% increase ...
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Food and drink exports to UK down 35% since 2018 – CSO

A new report from the Central Statistics Office finds evidence that Brexit has led to an overall decline in trade ...
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Adjustment of Covid reopening plan ‘now vital,’ says Ibec

The chief executive of the employers’ group Ibec has written to the Government to outline what the organisation sees as ...
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Most Irish food SMEs expect revenue growth this year

Most small and medium sized businesses in the food sector expect their revenues to increase in the year ahead, according ...
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‘No abrupt end’ to Covid financial supports – McGrath

The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform has said there will be “no abrupt end” to the Covid financial supports. ...
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Business confidence jumps to higher levels than before pandemic – BoI

Business confidence jumped in April to higher levels than seen even before the Covid-19 pandemic, as they eye the rollout ...
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Retail and wholesale start-ups jump by 88% in Q1 – CRIFVision-Net

The first quarter of 2021 saw a significant increase in “necessity-led entrepreneurship” across the retail and wholesale sectors, the latest ...
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Health insurance uptake on the rise, but so are prices

Like many economic predictions when it comes to the pandemic, forecasts around the health insurance market have turned out to ...
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