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'>Last month, there was a 1% decrease when compared to November 2018.
The company has exclusive rights to produce and sell the kingdom’s energy reserves.
'>The UK is the third-largest export market for Irish goods but plays a key role in terms of agriculture and food products, official figures show.
'>British pub group JD Wetherspoon is to invest €30m boosting its Irish pub and hotel portfolio next year.
'>As many as 34,000 new homes will need to be built each year through the next decade to meet a growing population boosted by inward migration, Central Bank research has revealed.
'>Confidence is an intangible, but powerful, agent in the economy.
Three other non-executive directors, Lord Dobbs, Sir Michael Peat and Lorna Tilbian, also stepped down.
'>The firm that operates the National Car Test last year clocked up weekly revenues of €1.52m.
'>Low-interest rates will weigh on the profitability of Irish banks even as the Brexit risk to their loans looks “modest”, Moody’s Investors Service said as it lowered its outlook to stable from positive.
Alister Jack appeared to contradict Prime Minister Boris Johnson in a confused interview with ITV reporter Gregory Hoare.
Philip Green said Mr Price will leave his role at the end of December due to ‘personal reasons’.
The United States is the main recipient of Ireland's exports, with over €39 billion of goods being exported to the USA last year.
The ONS also said year on-year growth in October was the weakest since 2012.
The online media business is already more than two months late and risks fines unless it files its 2018 financial information soon.
The move is in relation to compensation for Nissan’s former chairman Carlos Ghosn.
'>In January 2018, the minimum wage increased from €9.25 per hour to €9.55 per hour.
'>The shortened GAA championship season last year hit sales of O’Neill’s replica jerseys, as pre-tax profits at the main company behind the O’Neill’s brand fell 18% to €1.3m.
'>Sterling held its gains against the euro and the dollar as currency markets surveyed polls suggesting Boris Johnson’s Conservatives were on course to secure a comfortable Commons majority in Thursday’s election.
'>Tullow Oil’s acting chief has said the company is open to takeover offers in light of its shares plummeting by nearly 72% on it cutting its production outlook, suspending dividend payments, and parting company with its CEO and exploration director.
'>A surge in the numbers using the Dublin Port Tunnel last year contributed to pre-tax profits at the company which operates and maintains the tunnel increasing by 2.4% to €1.88m.