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Consumers want to make ‘green’ choices but cost dominates – survey

Consumers want to make sustainable choices but cost and other practicalities take priority, new research shows. The survey of 1,000 ...
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Covid supports stabilised labour market but inequality persists – study

Employment and social welfare supports during the Covid pandemic helped to stabilise the labour market but inequalities persist, according to ...
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European Parliament to vote on money laundering law

New laws to tackle money laundering, terrorist financing and sanctions evasion are due to be voted on by the European ...
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Wholesale electricity prices 40% lower in March on last year

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that wholesale electricity were 40.3% lower in March of this year compared ...
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ECB governors stick to plan for multiple rate cuts despite global headwinds

European Central Bank officials are sticking to plans to cut interest rates multiple times this year, even as higher US ...
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Waiver on development levies to be extended – Harris

Taoiseach Simon Harris said today there is capacity to build 60,000 homes a year and there is a need to ...
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Government recorded surplus of €8.3 billion last year – CSO

New figures from the Central Statistics Office show that the general government balance showed a surplus of €8.3 billion or ...
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ECB’s Lagarde says inflation more likely to ease but risks both way

Euro zone inflation is likely to decline further and the European Central Bank may cut interest rates if its long-standing ...
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‘Green’ job postings jump 93%, but jobseekers wary

So-called ‘green’ job postings in Ireland are up over 90% since 2019, new data shows. The research from hiring platform ...
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