Central Bank research reveals extent property debt overhang on real economy businesses

Capital ranked only 20th when it comes to stability, healthcare, culture and environment

RGData’s director-general Tara Buckley said: “Retailers look forward to working with PLI but, as with any process of change, there are concerns about the impact of the new ownership structure.”

National Lottery operators planning to roll out a new technology platform

Minister for Finance Michael Noonan said: “Ireland is now rated at A grade by two of the three main rating agencies, our international reputation continues to improve and the NTMA continues to do an excellent job in securing stable and low cost funding for the State.”

Noonan says upgrade reflects ‘significant progress’ made in repairing country

Rating agency Fitch has restored an A- ratings agency to Irish sovereign debt, citing an improved trend in the economy.

Agency cites improved trends in the economy

Latest numbers show there have been 72,819 permanent mortgage restructures as of June

Latest CSO figures show exports decreased by 4 per cent to €7.6 billion in June

 Louise Phelan, president and Mark Redmond, chief executive  of the American Chamber of Commerce. The chamber noted that since 2010 Ireland had witnessed the greatest surge of US investment in more than a decade, with some 700 US firms now employing over 115,000 people here.

Organisation submits 40-page document to Department of Finance on Irish tax regime

Upward shift linked to positive economic growth data and improving property prices

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