Succeed in Ireland 2013

IDA is the national agency responsible for the promotion of Ireland as a location for foreign direct investment and for the attraction of FDI to Ireland

French finance minister shows support for Irish bank debt deal

It is reported in todays Irish Independent that French Finance Minister Pierre Moscovici has thrown his weight behind Ireland's campaign to secure a deal on the country's crippling bank debt

Vistakon Ireland invests over €100m in Limerick facility

The Minister for Jobs, Enterprise and Innovation, Richard Bruton TD and Minister for Finance, Michael Noonan TD today announced that Vistakon Ireland plans to invest over €100 million in the expansion of its manufacturing operations and create 100 new highly skilled jobs at its site in the National Technology Park, Plassey, Limerick.

Ireland's Presidency of the Council of the European Union 2013

Ireland has begun its seventh Presidency of the Council of the EU (January-June 2013) and the European Year of Citizens.

IDA announces highest net job creation in a decade

IDA Ireland today reported the creation of 12,722 jobs in 2012. IDA client companies added a total of 6,570 net new jobs, marking the third consecutive year of growth in net employment. Jobs losses were also the lowest in a decade

Bank to increase lending five-fold

it is reported in todays Irish Examiner that Permanent TSB is planning to increase the amount of money it lends for mortgages, personal loans and credit cards five-fold in the coming year.

IBEC launches priorities for Ireland's EU Presidency 2013

At a breakfast meeting in Dublin IBEC launched 'Driving Europe’s Recovery: An agenda for jobs and growth', which sets out the business community's priorities for Ireland's 2013 Presidency of the European Council.

Shares around the World surge after US Politicians agree deal

It is reported in todays irish independent that stock markets around the world surged yesterday as traders reacted with relief to the news that US politicians had agreed a deal on the so-called 'fiscal cliff'.

What exactly is the Fiscal Cliff and how will it affect you? National Priorities Project's Chris Hellman has the answers.

In the United States, the fiscal cliff refers to the economic effects that could result from tax increases, spending cuts and a corresponding reduction in the US budget deficit beginning in 2013 if existing laws remain unchanged.

Worst of eurozone crisis is over, says German finance minister

It is reported in todays Irish Independent that the worst of the eurozone sovereign debt crisis is over, according to German finance minister Wolfgang Schaeuble.

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