Minister for Business Heather Humphreys has expressed her disappointment after Ireland fell six places in the latest IMD World Competitiveness Rankings.
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Innovative startup trio join UCD hub
NovaUCD, the hub for new ventures and entrepreneurs at UCD, has welcomed three new startups.
€100m price tag for docklands scheme
When Ballymore chief Sean Mulryan and his partners at Singapore-headquartered developers Oxley unveiled plans in October 2016 for over a million square feet of offices and apartments in the Dublin Docklands, there were some who may have baulked at the scale of their ambition.
Lower rates needed on Brexit loan scheme – FF
Fianna Fáil is pushing the Government to get the interest rate on money under the Brexit loan guarantee scheme for small and medium-sized businesses lowered, claiming it is still higher than in other European countries.
UK may tax nylon in war on plastic
British chancellor Philip Hammond is being urged to start taxing clothes made from polyester and nylon as he seeks to stop harmful plastics filling the world’s oceans.
Manufacturing SMEs widen incentives in bid to attract key staff
Small and medium-size manufacturers in Connaught and Ulster rely on a greater mix of incentives to keep employees – including flexitime, pension schemes, and health insurance.
Monaco’s €2bn plan to stay relevant sees coastline grow
FIRST-TIME visitors to the Monte Carlo Casino for next weekend’s Grand Prix may not find the view they’re expecting.
Making money from bitcoin? Revenue has issued rules on paying taxes
Irish-based companies are not permitted to prepare their accounts in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin and must convert crypto payments to staff into euro for tax purposes. A new Revenue Commissioners briefing document also makes clear that while trading in cryptocurrencies such as bitcoin, litecoin and ripple will not attract VAT, any gains made will be subject to capital gains tax.
Cashing in on the recovery of the property market
Earlier this week, David Ehrlich, the founding chief executive of the State’s biggest landlord, earned a €4.2 million profit selling his shares in the company to its largest investor, listed Canadian property firm Capreit.
Europe: Shares set to extend winning streak on oil surge, weak euro
[MILAN] European shares dipped in morning trading on Friday but were on course for eight straight weeks of gains, supported by a rally in energy shares and a weaker euro, which helped investors shrug off worries over political risk in Italy.