Computer games tax relief needed

In his emergency budget a few weeks back, the British Chancellor, George Osborne decided to abandon the computer games tax relief which had been promised by his Labour predecessor last March. The plan had been to extend the 20% tax break enjoyed by the film industry to the video games development sector, and had the

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It’s time we returned to doing what we know how to do best

Recently, RTE’s lunchtime news featured a short though very informative interview with the head of investment strategy at Davy Stockbrokers. Responding to claims that markets were getting jittery about growth in the US and global economies, he said that it was important to stand back and look at the bigger picture. As he pointed out,

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Public Works Programme

While you don’t often hear it, a range of respected and authoritative international agencies have complimented and endorsed the Irish government for taking the right actions on the macro economic front. Compared with a number of other nations with similar open economies, Ireland has been remarkably successful in reassuring markets and the international community that

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