The Senior Officials Training Programme is aimed at promoting and developing avenues for Ireland’s economic interests in Shanghai
Head of treasury suggests market ripe for what would be country’s longest-ever bond
Osborne inists costs of not acting against Russia would be much greater
Varanasi is seen as a case study for what the new prime minister hopes to achieve in swathes of India that never boomed the way Mumbai and Bangalore did
Shanghai to host headquarters of the group’s $100 billion development bank
In the wake of a bond rally, the markets may be downplaying danger of a default
It forecast that global output would grow by 3.6 per cent in 2014 and 3.9 per cent in 2015
American politicians regularly heard complaining about loss of companies overseas
Higher prices at check-outs souring attitudes
Bundesbank chief Jens Weidmann says its not up to ECB to solve euro zone crisis
New figures from Central Statistics Office underscore importance of sectors to Irish economy.
Airline stocks down as travel companies reroute flights to avoid Ukranian airspace
This week we were told we need to copy the development experience of Canary Wharf
Latest figures show inflation has been below 1 per cent every month since last October
Ratings agency praises the economy; NCC warns we are returning to bad old ways
National Competitiveness Council warns against return to 'things we saw between 2002 and 2007'
Economy set for above average growth levels, according to ratings agency
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