The EU recognised the country for its SMEs and positive employment impacts.
Bourbon, jeans and motorbikes – the EU’s hit list of tariffs on US goods that have just taken effect
The move comes after US President Donald Trump imposed tariffs on steel and aluminium imports.
It was the only region to record a decline in overseas visitor numbers and spend over the last three years.
New Central Bank rules aim to encourage consumers to shop around for better deals.
Ibec claims the country hasn’t had a ‘normal’ property market for two decades.
Some fear the so-called Banded Hours Bill could ‘wipe out’ small businesses.
A new survey found cybercrime against local companies was generally on the rise.
The so-called ‘Banded Hours Bill’ is a step too far for employers.
Portmarnock-based White Sands Hotel Limited was ordered to pay out €480,000.
The Irish capital has re-entered the top-100 list of the most expensive cities for expat workers.
The government is trying to attract more developments and avoid an Athenry repeat.
The Minister for Business says a lack of vouchers regulation ’causes confusion and worry’ for shoppers.
The national competitiveness watchdog has branded Ireland ‘high-cost and rising’.
The European proposals would get rid of single-use items like straws, cutlery and cotton buds.
Truata will help companies analyse data while staying in line with new GDPR standards.
It is expected that organisations will have to publicly report the figures in the near future.
The government has been accused of distorting competition with its funding for Horse Sport Ireland.
While the Republic gets high marks for corporate taxes and talent, it ranks lowly for infrastructure.
Ireland spent most of its previous sovereign wealth pool bailing out the banks.
But one economist says higher prices and property taxes are effective ‘value capture’ for the infrastructure.