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Irish firms have come through the recession. They are fairly lean and are looking at M&A opportunities with competitors.

The signs are that it will be very much business as usual for mergers and acquisitions activity in the coming year now the markets have absorbed the s(...)

The annual  Global Airfinance Conference is held at the Convention Centre in Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Tough new banking rules will increase borrowing costs for the Republic’s aircraft leasing industry, a conference heard on Thursday. Proposed Basel IV(...)

The Irish Aviation Authority describes Ireland as “A nation of aviators”. If that surprises you it can only be because the success of Ireland’s corpo(...)

“Fourteen of the top 15 global lessors have operations in Ireland,” says Pieter Burger, lead tax partner, aircraft leasing and finance, with Deloitte.(...)

Germany’s minister for economic affairs Sigmar Gabriel, centre,  and his delegation arrive  at the airport in Beijing, China, on Tuesday. Photograph: EPA/Bernd Von Jutrczenka

Normally feisty but fruitful, trade relations between the European Union and China have become decidedly scratchy – as the two sides argue over knotty(...)

Ireland’s aircraft leasing industry generates more than €20bn worth of transactions every year

Tough new banking rules could spell problems for the Republic’s aircraft leasing industry which generates more than €20 billion worth of transactions (...)

Irish aircraft-leasing company Avolon is suing Brazilian airline Avianca Brasil and its parent company for an alleged default on a lease for an Airbus jetliner, leaving more than $4 million in unpaid rent, US court documents show.  Photograph: Abner Teixeira

Irish aircraft-leasing company Avolon is suing Brazilian airline Avianca Brasil and its parent company for an alleged default on a lease for an Airbus(...)

China’s premier, Li Keqiang, said foreign investments would in future need to be registered only, not approved. Photograph: Naohiko Hatta/Reuters

The Chinese government has outlined a raft of new measures aimed at opening up the economy, including loosening the rules on foreign investment to cr(...)

Chinese honour guards are reflected in the glass of a bus as they prepare for the arrival of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan at Hangzhou Xiaoshan International Airport in Hangzhou on Friday. World leaders are gathering in the city for the  G20 summit. Photograph: Wang Zhao/AFP

In Hangzhou, the manhole covers are locked down, the Swat teams deployed, factories shuttered to guarantee blue skies and one-third of its six millio(...)

Willie Walsh, (centre)  with other figures from the aviation industry at the launch of the UCD Masters in Aviation Finance at the Smurfit Business School. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Aer Lingus could fly from the Republic to China in the future if trade between the two countries drove demand for the service, the chief executive of(...)

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