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Ireland to borrow less in 2020 due to pre-funding

DUBLIN Ireland plans to borrow between 10 billion euros (£8.59 billion) and 14 billion euros in 2020, the country's debt agency said on Monday, down from the 15 billion euros raised this year that will cover some of its future requirements.

UPDATE 1-Ireland to borrow less in 2020 due to pre-funding 09 Dec 2019

DUBLIN, Dec 9 Ireland plans to borrow between 10 billion euros and 14 billion euros in 2020, the country's debt agency said on Monday, down from the 15 billion euros raised this year that will cover some of its future requirements.

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Irish governing body's liabilities soar after accounts restated 06 Dec 2019

DUBLIN The Football Association of Ireland's (FAI) auditors were unable to guarantee the governing body can continue as a going concern after an ordered restatement of its accounts reported on Friday increased its overall liability to 55 million euros ($60.62 million).

Soccer-Irish governing body's liabilities soar after accounts restated 06 Dec 2019

DUBLIN, Dec 6 The Football Association of Ireland's (FAI) auditors were unable to guarantee the governing body can continue as a going concern after an ordered restatement of its accounts reported on Friday increased its overall liability to 55 million euros ($60.62 million).

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Labour leader says leaked report exposes PM Johnson's Brexit claims 06 Dec 2019

LONDON Britain's opposition Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has unveiled a leaked government document which shows the damaging impact of Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Brexit deal on Northern Ireland's economy, saying it is evidence he is misleading the public.

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PM Johnson dismisses leaked Brexit report obtained by Labour 06 Dec 2019

DETLING, England British Prime Minister Boris Johnson on Friday said that a confidential government document detailing possible disruption to Northern Ireland under his Brexit deal obtained by the opposition Labour party was "nonsense".

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New staffing rules make Brexit-related Irish-hubs a magnet for jobs 05 Dec 2019

LONDON Hubs in Ireland set up by asset management firms in Britain wanting to avoid any business disruption from Brexit could become employment magnets due to regulations saying they must be substantially staffed, an industry body said.

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Irish central bank leaves mortgage-lending limits unchanged 04 Dec 2019

DUBLIN Ireland's central bank will leave its mortgage-lending limits unchanged for the second straight year in 2020, saying on Wednesday that the measures have been effective in keeping house prices from climbing significantly higher.

Irish central bank leaves mortgage-lending limits unchanged 04 Dec 2019

DUBLIN, Dec 4 Ireland's central bank will leave its mortgage-lending limits unchanged for the second straight year in 2020, saying on Wednesday that the measures have been effective in keeping house prices from climbing significantly higher.

New staffing rules make Brexit-related Irish-hubs a magnet for jobs 04 Dec 2019

LONDON, Dec 4 Hubs in Ireland set up by asset management firms in Britain wanting to avoid any business disruption from Brexit could become employment magnets due to regulations saying they must be substantially staffed, an industry body said.

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Tremors worsen on New Zealand volcano island, prevent recovery of bodies

WHAKATANE, New Zealand Increasing tremors on a volcanic island in New Zealand on Wednesday prevented the recovery of the bodies of eight people thought to be left on the island, two days after an eruption engulfed dozens of tourists in steam and hot ash. | Video