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Ireland sets aside €1.2bn for no deal Brexit package

Ireland's finance minister said on Tuesday the government will run a budget deficit of 0.6% of gross domestic product next year if Britain crashes out of the European Union without a deal, to fund a 1.2 billion euro package for affected firms.&nb...

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Ireland boosts total budget package to just over €2.9bn

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Strong corporate tax continues to drive government revenues

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Irish business and consumer sentiment drops in September

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Ireland remains vulnerable to a negative global shock

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Irish Central Bank's Brexit authorisations top 100

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Junior Minister plays down prospects for changes to bankers pay regime

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New survey reveals Irish people’s views on a good retirement

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Wage pressures still building in Ireland

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Irish finance minister says no-deal Brexit risk growing

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Banks complaints on mortgage trackers to Ombudsman will have no statutory time limit

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Brexit concerns weigh on Irish Consumer and Business sentiment in August

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Next Irish Central Bank Chief says could have handled NZ data leak better

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Ireland 10-year yield briefly falls below 0%

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Irish Central Bank raises growth forecast

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