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The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform, Michael McGrath TD, together with the Southern Regional Assembly, Northern and Western Regional Assembly and the Eastern and Midlands Regional Assembly, launched Ireland’s two European Regional Development Programmes (ERDF) Programmes for the period 2021 – 2027. Following lengthy negotiations, the EU Commission adopted the
Business News
Pre-tax profits at the main Irish arm of LinkedIn, the jobs and professional networking social media platform, last year increased by 42% to $176.35m (€176.55m) LinkedIn Ireland Unlimited Company recorded the jump in pre-tax profits as revenues surged by $1.38 billion, or 42.5%, from $3.24 billion to $4.62 billion. The firm last year paid out […]
Culture News
Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin T.D, welcomed the announcement of National Cinema Day, which is taking place across the country on Saturday 3rd September. Minister for Tourism, Culture, Arts, Gaeltacht, Sport and Media, Catherine Martin said, “Irish cinemas provide a diverse cultural offering to a wide-ranging demographic
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Let’s Play Summer 2022 is all about enjoying the summer across the country! Here is some of what’s on offer around Ireland for families this summer! Heritage Ireland Admission charges to all open, fee-paying OPW heritage sites are waived from 14 May until the end of 2022. Check out heritageireland.ie/ National Parks & Wildlife Service For […]
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Over the past 30 years, Ireland has developed a significant asset management industry on the international stage with €6.6bn in total assets under management and over 8k Irish domiciled funds as of December 2021. In the KPMG Ireland report, they take stock of the industry, identify key emerging trends and outline what it means for […]
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IDA Ireland, the inward investment agency of the Irish Government, have reported significant investment growth in the first half of 2022, returning FDI results to above the pre-pandemic 2019 record levels, despite a continuing challenging global environment. 155 investments were won, with associated employment potential of over 18,000 jobs. 73 were new name investments. 73
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The European Investment Bank (EIB) is expected to strengthen support for climate action, clean transport, renewable energy, healthcare, education, agriculture and business in Ireland, in addition to enhancing support to sectors such as energy efficiency and peatland’s rehabilitation, following the meeting of the Ireland-EIB Financing Group held at Department of Finance.