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2015/05/22 08:23
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Jobless rate below 10pc for the first time since the crash Niall O'Connor and Colm Kelpie – 22 May 2015 09:18 AM UNEMPLOYMENT has fallen below 10pc for the first time since the crash, in what has...
2015/05/22 08:23
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2015/05/22 01:49
2015/05/22 01:49
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Exports – the primary driver of economic turnaround Ireland’s export trade has remained remarkably robust throughout the economic crisis Britain still ranks as Ireland’s main food export destination...
2015/05/21 10:49
2015/05/21 10:49
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Unemployment below 10% for first time since crash A total of 12,500 jobs were created in the first three months of the year Data from the Central Statistics Office indicates that the unemployment...
2015/05/20 08:29
2015/05/20 08:29
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Khartoum — The inflation rate in Sudan climbed to 24.3 percent in April, the Central Statistics Office announced on Sunday. Inflation was slightly up in March to 23.2 percent, from 23 percent in...
2015/05/17 21:59
2015/05/17 21:59
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Last week, Special Public Prosecutor B.V. Acharya said that a glaring arithmetical error by the Karnataka High Court in computing the loans taken from banks by All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam...
2015/05/15 11:49
2015/05/15 11:49
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Value of exports hits 13-year high on back of surging pharma trade Provisional figures from CSO show the value of exports for March was €9.06 billion A spike in pharmaceutical exports saw the value...
2015/05/14 16:49
2015/05/14 16:49
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Cost of car insurance increases while fuel prices fall Central Statistics Office inflation report reveals mixed fortunes for motorists Insurance companies who had engaged in a bidding war over the...
2015/05/13 05:43
2015/05/13 05:43
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Banking shares were trading higher by up to 3% on the bourses in the early morning trade after the Consumer Price Index (CPI)-based inflation fell to a four-month low in April and is likely to...
2015/05/12 19:59
2015/05/12 19:59
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The factory output, as measured by the Index of Industrial Production (IIP), had contracted by 0.5 per cent in March 2014. Industrial production grew at a five-month low of 2.1 per cent in March even...
2015/05/12 16:38
2015/05/12 16:38
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The Consumer price inflation has touched 4.87 percent in April, government data released on Tuesday said. "The Central Statistics Office (CSO), Ministry of Statistics and Programme Implementation has...
2015/05/12 14:38
2015/05/12 14:38
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India's April retail inflation eases below 5 percent India's consumer price inflation (CPI) for April eased further to 4.87 percent from 5.17 percent in March on the back of fall in commodity and...
2015/05/12 01:41
2015/05/12 01:41
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... of prisoners are aged 18-24 — and 68% reoffend | Irish Examiner 25% of prisoners are aged 18-24 — and 68% reoffend People aged 18-24 account for a quarter of all people committed to prison — and...
2015/05/11 05:33
2015/05/11 05:33
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One year on, here’s how India’s economy has changed under Narendra Modi Corporates, economists, and investors were betting on big bang reforms, which would kick-start growth. The jury is still out...
2015/05/05 19:48
2015/05/05 19:48
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Gross domestic product (GDP) is the single standard indicator used across the globe to indicate the health of an economy. Policy makers, investors, economists, businesses, bankers, politicians, and...
2015/05/05 11:41
2015/05/05 11:41
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SPECIAL REPORT: Seeds of recovery starting to flower on high streets | Irish Examiner SPECIAL REPORT: Seeds of recovery starting to flower on high streets More outlets are opening on the country’s...
2015/05/05 01:49
2015/05/05 01:49
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Public pay: strive for parity not a premium Public pay policy should strive for broad parity with the private sector for equivalent skills, experience and effort Public sector pay protests: With the...
2015/05/05 01:41
2015/05/05 01:41
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Seeds of recovery starting to flower on high streets | Irish Examiner Seeds of recovery starting to flower on high streets More outlets are opening on the country’s prime shopping streets, writes...
2015/05/02 03:57
2015/05/02 03:57
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Opposition Leader Dr Keith Rowley says the People’s Partnership Government should accept “personal and direct” blame for the Moody’s downgrade of this country. He made the comment in an impromptu...
2015/05/01 18:43
2015/05/01 18:43
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Subramanian to head panel to fix issues in reporting govt dataThe government has formed a Coordination Committee under chairmanship of Chief Economic Advisor (CEA) Arvind Subramanian to address issues...
2015/04/29 11:49
2015/04/29 11:49
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Jobless rate steady at 10%, latest live register figures show 343,551 people signed on in April, an annual decrease of just over 45,000 or 11.6% Dole Queue Bishop Street Dublin. Photograph: Aidan...
2015/05/22 08:23
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