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  Dermot Lacey:  contacted the paper to complain that the IDA had not outlined any concerns to him, which he found “contemptuous”. Photograph: David Sleator

IDA Ireland has irked some of the elected members of Dublin City Council over its lobbying to allow more skyscrapers in Dublin’s docklands. Some counc(...)

Ireland could take a leaf out of Hong Kong’s book when it comes to reaping the benefits of the mainland tourism market. With this in mind, Tourism Ir(...)

In a recent submission to the council about future development of the 66-acre zone, comprising Grand Canal Dock on the south bank of the Liffey and North Lotts on the opposite side, the IDA urged the council to show more “flexibility” or Dublin risked losing out on foreign direct investment to competing cities. Photograph: David Sleator

IDA Ireland is at odds with Dublin City Council over proposed restrictions to limit the height of skyscrapers in a special economic zone planned for t(...)

The docklands scheme, similar to the International Financial Services Centre, is being promoted by a company called ISSC Dublin, along with State agencies the Irish Maritime Development Organisation and IDA Ireland. Photograph: Getty Images

Denis O’Brien is backing an ambitious proposal to build an international shipping services centre, a hub for the maritime industry in the Dublin dock(...)

The shipping services centre “in Dublin docklands will become the prime location for shipping finance, leasing, innovative debt structuring products and specialist maritime services including securitising and listing,” ISSC said. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

IDA Ireland is backing plans to develop a shipping-finance centre in Dublin, in a bid to emulate the city’s position as an international aviation leas(...)

Kennedy Wilson has confirmed that it is the new owner of the high-profile properties contained in the Treasury Holdings-linked Opera House Finance por(...)

Cloud computing company Salesforce. com has opened a new operations centre in Dublin with the creation of a 100 new jobs.The US firm plans to hire (...)

 The Minister for Transport, Tourism and Sport Leo Varadkar confirmed the draft includes provisions allowing the Republic to adopt part of the Cape Town Convention, an international agreement governing aircraft leasing, that will enhance creditors’ security in an airline insolvency. Photograph: The Irish Times

Government plans to adopt insolvency practices laid down in an international treaty will boost the Republic’s €19 billion-a-year aircraft leasing sect(...)

The Oireachtas sub-committee will meet an OECD representative to discuss global taxation architecture.

An Oireachtas sub-committee will today consider the tax practices of multinational companies based in Ireland. The Sub-Committee on Global Taxation w(...)

Apple CEO Tim Cook: The “double Irish Dutch sandwich” came under the spotlight recently he  gave evidence to a US Senate inquiry into the technology giant’s tax affairs

The Organisations for Economic Co-operation (OECD) is working on a series of steps designed to aid member countries in closing loopholes that allow mu(...)

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