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Irish banks ‘latecomers’ on digital services – Deloitte study

Irish banks lag behind their global counterparts when it comes to their digital services offering. This is according to a ...
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Firms alerted to Brexit requirements that apply to some workers

Irish companies employing UK nationals working in other EU member states are being alerted to changes arising from Brexit which ...
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Government €160m Boost to Covid Business Grants

New Scheme targets businesses currently ineligible for CRSS & other sector specific grants Wholesalers, suppliers, caterers & events companies down ...
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Warned over financial cost of Covid restrictions, construction may reopen 5 March

The Government has been warned that the financial costs of continued restrictions are very large and that the short-term economic ...
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Revenue apologises to hauliers for import system problems

Revenue has apologised for ongoing intermittent performance problems with its main import system. This has led to difficulties and delays for ...
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Security to the fore as firms and consumers opt for digital in greater numbers

Almost half of Irish small businesses surveyed by payments company Visa said they were now offering contactless payments options to ...
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Brexit pushes cost of buying used car from UK higher

Revenue has warned that anyone buying a used car from the UK needs to be aware of the significant additional ...
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Lowest rate of rental inflation in nine years as Dublin prices fall in the year – daft.ie

It was a tale of two rental markets in 2020 with monthly rents in the capital down 3%, but outside ...
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Steep fall in construction activity as sites remain shuttered

There was a sharp reduction in construction activity in January as the industry was largely shuttered under the latest Government ...
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