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European Parliament Approves Trade Agreement with Canada

    European Parliament Approves Trade Agreement with Canada

The EU-Canada Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), which aims to boost goods and services trade and investment flows, was approved by the European Parliament on Wednesday. The landmark trade

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Eurozone Economy Expands at Fastest Rate in 67 Months

    Eurozone Economy Expands at Fastest Rate in 67 Months

The end of 2016 saw the eurozone economy expand at the fastest pace since May 2011, according to the Markit Eurozone Composite Purchasing Managers’ Index, released on Wednesday. However, price

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Social Media Use by Irish Enterprises Second-Highest in the EU

    Social Media Use by Irish Enterprises Second-Highest in the EU

Ireland were recorded as the second-highest users of social media by enterprises in 2016, according to a report released by the CSO on Tuesday. 67% of Irish enterprises employing 10

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European Commission Invites Submissions for Insolvency & Debt Proposal

    European Commission Invites Submissions for Insolvency & Debt Proposal

The Irish government is seeking submissions for a European Commission proposal for a Directive on insolvency, debt, restructuring and second chance, it was announced on Monday. The Department of Justice

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CSO Publishes Statistical Guide to Brexit

    CSO Publishes Statistical Guide to Brexit

The Central Statistic Office released “Brexit: Ireland and the UK in numbers”, on Wednesday, December 7. The publication provides the available figures covering the main areas of Ireland’s engagement with

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Trade Mission to France Focuses on Cleantech, Brexit

    Trade Mission to France Focuses on Cleantech, Brexit

Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charles Flanagan led an Enterprise Ireland Trade Mission to Lyon, on Wednesday, November 30, focusing on the high potential Cleantech sector. Today he will

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CFO Survey Says 69% are Unaware of Key Data Regulations

    CFO Survey Says 69% are Unaware of Key Data Regulations

A research survey conducted by Amárach Research on behalf of BT Ireland found that 69% of CFOs say they are unfamiliar with Privacy Shield, while 63% are oblivious to the

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Data Business Survey Says 96% View Ireland Favourably as Investment Destination

    Data Business Survey Says 96% View Ireland Favourably as Investment Destination

A report released by Irish law firm William Fry on Wednesday, 16 November, shows that 96% of survey respondents have a favorable view of Ireland as a data-related investment destination,

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CSO Estimates 3.7 Billion Euro Trade Surplus for September

    CSO Estimates 3.7 Billion Euro Trade Surplus for September

Preliminary figures released by the Central Statistics Office on Tuesday, November 15, indicate that Ireland’s seasonally adjusted trade surplus will fall to €3.7 billion in September 2016, from €4.6 billion

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Salesforce calls for EU probe into Microsoft’s €23 billion bid for LinkedIn

    Salesforce calls for EU probe into Microsoft’s €23 billion bid for LinkedIn

US software giant Salesforce has urged EU regulators to launch a rigorous antitrust probe into Microsoft’s $26 (€23.4) billion bid for professional networking site, LinkedIn. Salesforce had originally pursued the

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EU launches new aviation strategy to increase competition

    EU launches new aviation strategy to increase competition

Airlines including Ryanair, and Aer Lingus owner IAG, have called on the European Commission to tackle airport charges and taxation across the trading bloc in an effort to boost the

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EU launches investigation into McDonald’s Luxembourg tax deals

    EU launches investigation into McDonald’s Luxembourg tax deals

The European Union commission has opened a formal state aid investigation into allegations that fast food giant McDonald’s received a tax deal from Luxembourg six years ago. The case against

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Starbucks and Fiat ordered to pay huge EU back taxes

    Starbucks and Fiat ordered to pay huge EU back taxes

The European Union is demanding that U.S. coffee chain Starbucks and carmaker Fiat repay up to 30 million euros each in tax breaks they received from EU nations, in a

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