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Consumer prices in Ireland second highest in EU

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Consumer prices in Ireland second highest in EU

New research from Eurostat has found that consumer prices in Ireland are 40% above the EU average and are now the second highest in the EU with only Denmark in front. Health costs are the most expensive in the EU, at 72% above average. While housi...

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Irish workforce could see more women taking career breaks due to lack of flexible working

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Record hiring in the Irish banking and finance sector

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