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Increase in SMEs’ interest in green supports – survey

A new report shows the level of small and medium-sized businesses who are interested in grants to help them invest ...
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New online safety rules come into force across EU

The European Union’s new online safety rules come into full force today in Ireland and across the EU. The Digital ...
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Faulty goods, services cost nearly €1bn last year – CCPC

The cost to consumers in Ireland to deal with faulty goods and services last year was close to €1 billion, ...
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European Commission cuts Irish growth forecasts to 1.2% from 3%

The European Commission has today revised down its expectations for the performance of the Irish economy in its Winter 2024 ...
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Inflation slows to 4.1% in January from 4.6% in December – CSO

The annual rate of inflation fell to 4.1% in the 12 months to January from 4.6% in December, new figures ...
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Ireland to assume new EU online safety powers from tomorrow

Ireland’s media regulator Coimisiún na Meán has said it is ready to assume new EU online safety powers from tomorrow. ...
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ECB needs more data but inflation going in right direction – Lagarde

Euro zone economic data indicates that inflation is heading back towards target as earlier predicted but the European Central Bank ...
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Euro zone Q4 GDP confirmed flat on a quarterly basis

Euro zone economic growth was flat in the last three months of the 2023 against the previous quarter and up ...
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Germany overtakes Japan as world’s third-biggest economy

Once forecast to become the world’s biggest economy, Japan slipped below Germany last year to fourth place, official data showed ...
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