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New Department of Finance analytical note explores possible alternative indicators of employment and unemployment rate during the pandemic. Read more:

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The Employment Wage Subsidy Scheme gives eligible employers impacted by COVID-19 a subsidy per employee to help keep them in employment. Over 26,000 employers have availed of EWSS so far in January. Below is an example of one such business. Find out more:

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This week a protocol to the Ireland-Germany double taxation treaty was signed to incorporate measures agreed as part of the G20/OECD BEPS project, further strengthening economic ties between our two countries. IE 🤝 DE

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Minister @Paschald  has announced a reduced VAT rate for the hospitality and tourism sector from 13.5% to 9% with effect from 1st November 2020 #Budget2021 

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Minister @Paschald  outlines measures to support individuals and businesses impacted by COVID-19

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The Minister for Finance @Paschald , and The Minister for Public Expenditure and Reform @DeputyMcGrathTD , will present Budget 2021 to the Dáil on Tuesday the 13th October#Budget212020 

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Introducing a tax at a rate of 30 cent per litre on drinks with over 8 grams of sugar per 100 millilitres #Budget18  and @roinnslainte 

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