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Irish FDI soars 52pc as UK and Europe stall
IRELAND delivered a Brexit-busting performance in attracting foreign direct investment in 2018, Read more
Affordability is key issue for pension system study
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Irish firms top the most highly regarded organisations in Ireland
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Wexford company Taoglas opens ‘first of its kind’ $2m facility in San Diego
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Stocks, commodity currencies slide as oil falls back below $30
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Register for commercial property to track prices
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Calls for energy price cuts
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State hopes to get bailout cash back from main banks
The State could eventually recoup all the cash used to bail out AIB, Bank of Ireland and Permanent TSB, Minister for Finance Michael Noonan has said.
This would leave the €35 billion cost of bailing out Anglo and Irish Nationwide as the final cash cost to the exchequer from the banking collapse.
The Department of Finance has now appointed Goldman Sachs to advise on its options in relation to AIB, the Minister said in an opinion article in The Irish Times.