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Irish foreign direct investment hit by Trump tax reform

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Irish foreign direct investment hit by Trump tax reform

Global foreign direct investment (FDI) fell 19% last year to an estimated $1.2 trillion, largely caused by U.S. President Donald Trump's tax reforms, the United Nations trade and development agency UNCTAD said on Monday. FDI, comprising c...

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Facebook to create 1000 new Irish jobs in 2019

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Theresa May considering amending Good Friday deal to solve Brexit deadlock

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Salesforce announces 1500 Irish jobs

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New housing supply reached a nine year high in 2018

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Ryanair warns on profit for second time in three months

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Central Bank says Irish financial system can withstand 'cliff-edge' Brexit

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Frequently changing jobs viewed negatively by Irish employers

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Average Irish salary to rise by just 19 per week in 2019

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DUP say Article 50 extension not necessary

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Irish Commercial Property Market on course for another strong year

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2.4m Investment by the Marine Institute in Industry-Led Marine Projects

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30% of Irish employers providing flexible working hours

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EU to issue letter over Irish backstop reassurances to UK

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