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No improvement in payments to Irish SME's

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No improvement in payments to Irish SME's

The Irish Small and Medium Enterprises Association (ISME) have today released their Credit Watch Survey for the first quarter of 2017. Credit days remain unchanged at 59 days from the last quarter of last year and Dublin businesses are waiting the...

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AIB fined for anti-money laundering and terrorist financing compliance failures

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Over half of working adults in Ireland do not have a company pension plan

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35% of Irish businesses will not increase pay this year

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Irish central bank raises growth forecasts

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Irish bank lending to non-property corporates expands in 2016

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Ireland to increase 2017 growth forecast

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Budget deficit reduction stalls in first quarter

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380 Irish jobs saved through examinership in first quarter

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Central Bank says regulatory influence on Brexit moves limited

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Irish unemployment rate falls to 6.4%

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Only 24% of Irish people believe they are financially savvy

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Record year for Irish angel investment in 2016

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Average public sector wages are €47,400 in Ireland

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Central Bank warns against post-Brexit "race to bottom" for banks

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