Turkey doubles tariffs on US cars, alcohol and tobacco

Turkey doubles tariffs on US cars, alcohol and tobacco People line up at a currency exchange shop in Istanbul as Turkey’s lira plunged. Photo: AP Turkey doubled tariffs on some US imports including alcohol, cars and...

How the financial crash helped style Irish beauty salon software firm Phorest

How the financial crash helped style Irish beauty salon software firm Phorest Ronan Perceval, CEO of Phorest, pictured at their offices in Dublin. Pic Steve HumphreysRonan Perceval, CEO of Phorest, pictured at their offices in...

Comment: Hiking VAT on tourism would raise Brexit stakes

Comment: Hiking VAT on tourism would raise Brexit stakes A German couple kiss during a walk along the Cliffs of Moher in Co Clare. Photo: Brian Arthur Each year, at about this time, there is a...

Brexit brief: London mayor Khan consults disaster planners over no deal

Brexit brief: London mayor Khan consults disaster planners over no deal London mayor Sadiq Khan London's mayor Sadiq Khan has asked the organisation that deals with militant attacks and disasters in the British capital to assess...

China and US to hold next round of trade talks in late August

China and US to hold next round of trade talks in late August US President Donald Trump’s “America First” slogan had caused only economic trouble for the country, including US soybean farmers. China said it will...

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Thinking of buying new or trading up this year? Here are answers to your crucial questions   BMW X5 Car-value expert Gillian Keogh teams up with Motoring Editor Eddie Cunningham to help you make the right choice...

Delaney: We priced tickets too high but we will clear the debt

Delaney: We priced tickets too high but we will clear the debt FAI Chief executive John Delaney FAI CEO John Delaney has admitted that the association made a mistake on the pricing of 10-year tickets for...

Businesses failing to prepare despite no-deal Brexit fear

Businesses failing to prepare despite no-deal Brexit fear Catherine Moroney of AIB. Photo: Steve Humphreys The vast majority of Irish businesses still do not have a Brexit plan in place, despite 70pc of firms expecting the...

CAO points fall again… but the demand for ‘boom-time’ jobs rises

CAO points fall again... but the demand for 'boom-time' jobs rises Majority of students will get offer for one of top choices Aoife Ní Raithilligh (left), from Inchicore in Dublin, gets help from Sailí Ní Dhroighneáin...

UN green finance network to set up its European hub in Dublin

UN green finance network to set up its European hub in Dublin Finance minister Paschal Donohoe (centre) with Stephen Nolan, CEO Sustainable Nation Ireland and Kirsten Dunlop, CEO EIT Climate-Kic A United Nations programme that encourages...

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