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EU new car sales jump 13.7% in April, industry body says

New car sales in the European Union rose 13.7% in April on the year for their biggest jump since last ...
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UK inflation falls less than expected, dashing June rate cut hopes

Inflation in Britain fell by less than expected in April and a key core measure barely dropped, prompting investors to ...
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Europe sets benchmark for rest of the world with landmark AI laws

Europe’s landmark rules on artificial intelligence will enter into force next month after EU countries today endorsed a political deal ...
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Revenue reminds employers of enhanced reporting obligations

Revenue has issued notices to 115,000 employers reminding them of their obligations under the Enhanced Reporting Requirements (ERR) scheme. Since ...
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Most food and drink companies positive about future

Irish food and drinks companies are generally positive about the future, despite issues with inflation, input costs and labour availability. ...
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Budget will widen gap between better off, those on low incomes – survey

A new analysis of Budget 2024 has warned that it will widen further the gap between the better off and ...
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Fuel prices see slight fluctuation in May

New figures from AA Ireland show a a slight fluctuation in petrol and diesel prices over the last few weeks ...
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Inaugural Global Economic Summit to open in Co Kerry

More than 400 leaders from politics, business, economics and civic life are gathering in Killarney, Co Kerry over the next ...
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Pace of rise in advertised rents slowed in first quarter

Advertised rents rose by just 0.6% between January and the end of March, new data from the property listings website ...
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