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# Economic Recovery

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PUP and EWSS Covid supports discussed at Cabinet Sub Committee - but no change made
Bars, restaurants and nightclubs had only recently seen restrictions start to relax.
People who have bought new homes since 2013 will now have to pay property tax
Bills will be sent to peoples’ homes early next year.
Pace of recovery in Irish manufacturing slips as spike in Covid-19 cases 'rattles' business sentiment in August
Recent lockdowns in Kildare and the midlands weighed heavily on the data.
Restaurant street tables to be trialled as part of Limerick council's recovery plans
Other measures planned include drive-in gigs and movies, night-time markets, and street performances.
These are the jobs with the brightest futures in Ireland right now
But there are also skills that can help you in almost any career.
Dubliners think Ireland is doing great, but people in rural areas don't agree
Urban boom, rural bust.
Most employers will be hiring next year, but workers expect to get more from those jobs
People are expecting extra cash after years of shrinking pay packets.
Two speed recovery underway with consumers unconvinced by economic 'upturn'
Irish consumers are still overwhelmingly negative about their personal finances, with many unconvinced of the impact of the economic recovery.
Kenny to discuss economic recovery with Greek Prime Minister
The short trip comes a day after the Taoiseach’s comments on Ireland not giving special tax deals.
Central Bank revises downward forecast for economic recovery
Public sector employment is expected to fall this year but should be slightly outweighed by renewed expansion in private sector hiring.
Interview: 'There is a great anger in the country' - President Higgins
In an interview with, President Michael D Higgins has spoken of his initiative to help Ireland’s youth shape the country’s future and his first year in office. Listen to the full interview here…
72 per cent of Irish CEOs see overseas markets as more significant
A survey also showed that only 21 per cent of CEOs believe that Ireland will return to strong GDP growth in 2013.
Column: Our diaspora can make Ireland great – but we need to connect
We’re used to asking what the Irish community abroad can do for us. Maybe the real question is what we can do for them, writes Kingsley Aikins.
Column: House prices need to fall further, or our economy is in danger
Have property prices finally bottomed out? We’d better hope not, writes Michael Taft.
Read: Full text of Enda Kenny's speech on Ireland's future
The EU, the bailout and the banks – here’s what the Taoiseach had to say…
Column: Ireland’s future lies in Europe, and that means closer co-operation
The euro is essential to our economy and our recovery – and we can’t be left out in the cold, writes Minister for European Affairs Lucinda Creighton.
One-quarter of Irish firms plan on hiring new staff soon
Employers expect to create as many jobs as are laid off for the first time since 2009, according to an IBEC survey.
Clinton: The world is confident about Ireland's future
The former US president has told the Global Irish Forum that “not one person” doubts we will recover.
Celebrities and business leaders will mass for second Global Irish Forum
Former US president Bill Clinton, economist David McWilliams and actor Gabriel Byrne are among those attending the event next month.
5 minutes with Eamon Gilmore
The Tánaiste opens up about lunch with Enda Kenny, iPads, and why he doesn’t read newspapers any more.
More than one in five companies now planning to hire new staff
There has also been a dramatic drop in the number of small firms warning of compulsory redundancies.
Greece could spark second global downturn - IMF
The IMF warns that the Greek debt crisis needs to be resolved before it spirals.
Fears for recovery as US unemployment rate rises for the second month in a row
The jobless rate hit 9.1 per cent in May, which is below the highs of 2010 but still raises worries that economic recovery may have hit the buffers.
Spain to introduce raft of energy saving measures
The Spanish government has fast-tracked a range of energy saving initiatives to offset sharply rising oil prices.
Crack number-crunchers take on The Irish Problem
Conference of top international economists meet in Dublin to give their thoughts on how to solve our financial woes.
ECB urges spending cuts
Slashing spending and public sector pay is the only way to recovery, says Jean Claude Trichet.
Eurozone recovery slows down in August
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