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# Dublin Chamber of Commerce

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Pedestrianised streets to be trialled in Dublin city centre
Trials begin on 25 July and will run for 4 consecutive weekends.
Luas works: 'Tourists don't come down the street but the Irish don't mind'
While there may be issues with the construction of the new Luas lines, many businesses are looking to the future rewards it will bring.
Roy Keane: 'I don’t want people to think I’m bitter and twisted towards Alex Ferguson'
“I’m not for one minute playing down what he achieved.”
Property - everything small businesses always wanted to know, but were afraid to ask
The Dublin Chamber of Commerce has launched a guide to property for SMEs.
Missing link? Less than one-quarter of Irish SMEs trade online
The online consumer spend is projected to grow to €13 billion by 2020.
Landlord locks staff out of Dublin café
Following a dispute over rent, the building’s locks were changed early on Saturday morning.
New scheme launched to help get more businesses trading online
Currently only 23 per cent of Irish SMEs trade online, with three of the four billion that Irish consumers spend online leaving the country.
North America 'key to tourism growth' as trips to Ireland up by 50,000
Latest figures from the CSO have shown that nearly 1.25 million people travelled to Ireland from November 2012 to January 2013.
Dublin Chamber of Commerce plans to 'Activate Dublin' with new president
The appointment of Liam Kavanagh comes as the organisation hopes to get 40 per cent of SMEs trading online by the end of 2013.
Directly elected mayor still a possibility for Dublin - but not before 2014
Draft legislation that proposed a new type of mayor for Dublin had previously made it to the committee stage in late 2010 before being shelved.
Rates for 25,000 Dublin business owners set to be revaluated
Council estimate they will collect €342m in 2012.
Diageo to apply for makeover of Guinness brewery
Dublin Chamber of Commerce has welcomed the plans which are being submitted to Dublin City Council for consideration this week.
Businesses feel the benefit of Dublin's All-Ireland success
The capital has been boosted by the Dubs’ last-gasp win over Kerry on Sunday, says the Dublin Chamber of Commerce.