A Government Minister wants lower property tax rates for those in affluent areas.
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Chinese firms’ investment in Ireland surges by 200pc to €87m
Investment by Chinese companies here has surged more than 200pc over the past year, amid trade tensions between Beijing and Washington, while Irish companies are seeking a greater foothold in the world’s fastest-growing major economy.
Petrol prices at the pump fall to 16 month low – AA
The AA’s monthly fuel prices survey found that the average cost of a litre of petrol hit a 16 month low in January.
Investments that may stand to you in 2019 as economy slows
Investor pessimism is high this New Year. The dismal performance of a number of stock markets in 2018 disappointed many. Trade wars, Brexit and rising interest rates weighed heavily on investors’ minds – and continue to do so. One of the biggest concerns on investors’ minds today though is whether or not we’re on the cusp of a recession.
Truck drivers express worries over no-deal Brexit
Irish hauliers are deeply concerned that a no-deal or hard Brexit will lead to unworkable delays at UK ports.
What are the big economic trends on the way in the next decade?
Opinion: here’s how the US economy, Chinese growth, oil prices, globalism, unemployment and Brexit will affect our world
Promised reform in insurance sector is ‘incomplete’ – Insurance Ireland
The insurance industry in Ireland has expressed concern about what it calls a lack of urgency in delivering key reforms in the sector that are aimed at reducing claims costs.
Consumer sentiment unchanged in December – survey
Consumer sentiment was unchanged in December from November, as concerns about the economic outlook appeared to be offset by improved personal finances and end-of-year spending.
Ireland’s forestry industry comes together to meet Brexit challenge
Ireland plants almost 30 million trees a year, or 80,000 trees a day.
Enterprise Ireland warns 600 companies vulnerable to a hard Brexit
The number of people employed in companies backed by Enterprise Ireland (EI) rose last year to a record high of more than 215,000.