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'New alliances with small, like-minded EU countries will be needed after Brexit' Building ties: ‘Ireland must seek alliances with like-minded EU members Ireland's ability to fend off pressure from bigger EU countries such as Germany and France on key issues will be greatly reduced after Brexit, a new report has found. A veto over a unified taxation policy will continue to protect...
Upcoming Dallas route opens up west and south for firms The business cabin, with direct-aisle access from each seat, on the new 787-9 Dreamliner at Dublin Some of the top brass from American Airlines were in town as the US carrier counted down to the launch of its new daily Dublin-Dallas Fort Worth (DFW) service running from June 6 till the...
Handle with care: can foreign investment solve our growing nursing home shortage? An ageing population means that there are huge opportunities in the nursing home sector but plenty of headwinds too 'Bank of Ireland, AIB and Ulster Bank are all said to be very open to backing projects in the market.' (stock photo) The two biggest nursing home operators in Ireland have...
Insurance brokers warn customers of risk to car policies post-Brexit Stock image Insurance brokers are advising customers to stay away from new policies with companies regulated in UK territories such as Gibraltar because of concerns over Brexit. Customers are being warned of a risk to their policies and that they could be left without insurance if the UK crashes out of the...
Venice visitor tax is 'useless and damaging' - tourism minister   Plans to charge tourists €3 were announced by Luigi Brugnaro, the mayor of Venice. Photo: PA A tourist tax that Venice is to introduce in May has been criticised by Italy's tourism minister as "useless and damaging". Plans to charge tourists €3 were announced by Luigi Brugnaro, the mayor of the city....
Businessman claims IBRC owes him €128m Borrowing: British businessman got St£14m loan from INBS in 2000. Photo: Bloomberg A British businessman has challenged IBRC's refusal to recognise a judgment for £113m (€128m) he obtained against it over the sale of a 100 room mansion in the UK. Baljit Singh Bhandal, also known as Barry Bhandal, was once the beneficial owner of a...

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