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Spring 2016 Economic Forecast: Staying the course amid high risks

Spring 2016 Economic Forecast: Staying the course amid high risks

Ireland is once again predicted to have highest growth in EU with GDP expected to rise by 4.9% in 2016 and 3.7% in 2017. Unemployment and Ireland's public debt are forecast to continue falling.

Two innovative Irish SMEs win EU funds

Two innovative Irish SMEs win EU funds

Two Irish SMEs have been selected for funding in the latest funding round from the EU's Research fund, Horizon 2020.

EU and big data - new 'Cloud' initiative

EU and big data - new 'Cloud' initiative

The European Commission today presented its blueprint for cloud-based services and a world-class data infrastructure.

With this European "Open Cloud" initiative, the Commission wants users to be able to store, share and re-use data in a vi...

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Commission calls for Ireland to step up nature protection measures

20-04-2016

EU Commission anti-trust and Google Android OS

19-04-2016

EU funds for refugees in Greece and Turkey

15-04-2016

Glanbia, Bord Bia to China, Japan with Commissioner Phil Hogan

12-04-2016

UCC’s Claire Fox -Winner of European Commission Smedia Award 2016

12-04-2016

European Commission proposes public tax transparency rules for multinationals

08-04-2016

EU Funds for Food Dudes

 
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