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23
Nov
2016

The CSO reported Tuesday an annual increase in employment of 2.9% or 57,500 in the year to the third quarter of 2016, bringing total employment to 2.04m compared with 2.146m at the end of the first quarter of 2008. The Irish jobs recovery since end of 2013 has been mainly dependent on domestic sectors not tradeable exports employment.

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10
Nov
2016
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25
Oct
2016

Carl Levin, a Democrat, who represented Michigan in the US Senate from 1979 to 2015 today says on tax reform that the next US president "should chart a new course. Curbing tax havens such as Ireland directly serves US interests by helping to limit powerful tax incentives for US corporations to move revenue offshore."

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17
Oct
2016
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2016
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15
Sep
2016

On a seasonally adjusted basis, initial estimates from the Central Statistics Office on Wednesday show that GDP in volume terms rose by 0.6% for the second quarter of 2016. Growth in GNP also increased by 0.6% in this quarter. The data are again subject to significant distortions by mainly US-owned FDI (foreign direct investment) firms. On an annual basis, GDP expanded by 4.1%.

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7
Sep
2016

The Dáil (Lower House of Irish parliament) will today debate last week's announcement of the European Commission finding that Ireland granted Apple €13bn in illegal state aid. The EC had treated Irish shell companies as being used for an artificial allocation of profits while Apple's designation of these entities as stateless with no tax residencies, appears to have been a breach of Irish law.

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6
Sep
2016