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EUR 13 bn Ireland tax aid to Apple illegal, says EU
Ireland must recover undue tax benefits of up to EUR 13 bn granted to Apple, the EU Commission said Tuesday. This is illegal under EU state aid rules, as it ...
Brussels withdraws Court action against Ireland over illegal aid to Apple
Following the confirmation by Ireland that the full recovery of the illegal State aid granted to Apple has been finalised, the EU Commission decided Thursday ...
EU approves capital injection into Irish Educational Building Society
The European Commission has authorised under EU state aid rules an emergency recapitalisation worth €875 million in favour of the Irish Educational Building ...
Setting up a business in Ireland
An overview of the process of starting a new business in Ireland.
The Taxation and Investment Guides are a first stop for investors wishing to gain a working perspective on the operating conditions and investment climate – ...
Contacts of the European Commission representation in Ireland.
Guide on Ireland from HLB International, which has produced a series of international booklets on accounting, taxation and company law information.
Access to finance
There are various sources of funding, support and advice available in Ireland for business owners from a variety of Irish bodies.
Finfacts is Ireland's leading business / finance / e-business information portal service providing both business managers and financial consumers with ...
Ireland country profile
Since joining the European Union in 1973, the Republic of Ireland (Éire) has transformed itself from a largely agricultural society into a modern, ...
Find an office in Ireland
Instant Offices Ireland
Ireland and the EU
Latest business news about Ireland and the European Union.
Brussels to appeal Apple tax state aid case in Ireland
The EU Commission decided Friday to appeal a European Court of Justice judgement which annulled a 2016 EC decision finding that Ireland granted illegal State ...
Commission action makes setting up business in Ireland easier
Following changes to Irish legislation that remove obstacles to setting up a business in Ireland, the European Commission has closed its infringement case.
Doing business in Ireland: Staff welfare
Irish employment law and practice is based on a number of sources including Irish and EU-based legislation, decisions of the courts and custom and practice in ...
Doing business in Ireland: Environmental rules
Businesses in Ireland must comply with certain European and national laws to lessen their environmental footprint. The areas covered by these laws include ...
EU Court annuls decision on Apple's tax payback
The EU's General Court annulled Wednesday a 2016 Commission decision to make Apple pay Ireland some EUR 13 billion in back taxes in compensation for what ...
Doing business in Ireland: Sustainability
The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government in Ireland develops policy, regulates environmental quality and maintains information on the ...
Investors looking to Ireland for EU Citizenship
Global investors who, prior to Brexit, may have focused their attention on the UK as a gateway to Europe, are now turning to Ireland for European residency.
Ryanair: How a Small Irish Airline Conquered Europe
Sheila O'Flanagan, Irish Times: Pacy and engaging... takes an informed look at the phenomenon that is Ryanair... skilfully sketches set-piece confrontations ...
Ireland and the euro
Ireland joined the European Union in 1973 and was one of the first-wave EU countries to adopt the euro on 1 January 1999.
Galway, Rijeka start as European Capitals of Culture
The city of Rijeka in current EU president Croatia and Galway in Ireland began their joint one year tenure of the title of European Capital of Culture on ...
Ireland: country overview
Since joining the European Union in 1973, Ireland (Éire) has transformed itself from a largely agricultural society into a modern, technologically advanced ...
EU agrees aid package for Irish beef producers
EU Member States agreed Thursday to make EUR 50 million available to support Irish beef farmers, which can be matched by national funds to reach a maximum of ...
The Euro area sovereign debt crisis: Safe haven, credit rating agencies and the spread of the fever from Greece, Ireland and Portugal (ECB Working Paper No. 1419)
Since the intensification of the crisis in September 2008, all euro area long-term government bond yields relative to the German Bund have been characterised ...
European Commission prohibition of Ryanair's proposed acquisition of Aer Lingus – frequently asked questions
The European Commission on 27 June 2007 prohibited, on the basis of the EU Merger Regulation, the proposed takeover by Ryanair of Aer Lingus. It says the ...
European culture capitals offered extensions
Croatian city Rijeka and Galway in Ireland could extend their year as 2020 European Capitals of Culture until 30 April 2021, because of the effects of the ...
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