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Location for EU Anti-Money Laundering Agency to be decided

The competition to select a city to host the new EU Anti-Money Laundering Agency (AMLA) will get underway in Brussels ...
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Ireland’s national debt stands at €42,000 per capita

Ireland’s national debt continued to fall last year but remains one of the highest in the world at €42,000 per ...
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Vast majority of Irish tech start-ups embracing AI – survey

The vast majority of Irish tech start-up and scaling companies are deploying or preparing to deploy artificial intelligence (AI) according ...
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Big jump in cyber-attacks using stolen identities – IBM

There has been a 71% global spike in cyber-attacks involving stolen identities according to IBM. Its latest X-Force Threat Intelligence ...
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Credit Unions report mortgage lending up 15%

Mortgage lending at credit unions was up 15% in the last three months of the year, with the mortgage book ...
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Lower income households disproportionately hit by effects of indirect taxes

Lower income households are disproportionately hit by the effects of indirect taxes like VAT and carbon taxes when compared to ...
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Increase in SMEs’ interest in green supports – survey

A new report shows the level of small and medium-sized businesses who are interested in grants to help them invest ...
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New online safety rules come into force across EU

The European Union’s new online safety rules come into full force today in Ireland and across the EU. The Digital ...
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Faulty goods, services cost nearly €1bn last year – CCPC

The cost to consumers in Ireland to deal with faulty goods and services last year was close to €1 billion, ...
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