Archive for : July, 2019

Speech to the Valentia Transatlantic Cable Foundation: Globalisation – Our Interconnected and Interdependent World

12th July, 2019

16 hours. 906 minutes. 57,600 seconds. This is the amount of time it took to send the first transatlantic cable from Valentia Island to......

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Minister Donohoe welcomes CSO data confirming continued momentum in the Irish economy

11th July, 2019

Final estimate for 2018 shows GDP up by 8.2 per cent over 2017 In the first quarter of 2019, real GDP rose by 2.4......

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Publication of Brexit Contingency Action Plan Update

9th July, 2019

The Government today announced further steps in its ongoing Brexit contingency and preparedness work, recognising that there is now a significant risk of a......

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Minister Donohoe to attend FINPERT Committee scrutiny of the No Consent, No Sale Bill 2019

9th July, 2019

Bill would see higher mortgage rates for customers and an increase in repossessions The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure & Reform, Paschal Donohoe......

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MINISTERS HUMPHREYS, DONOHOE AND O’DONOVAN ANNOUNCE OVER €100m UNDER THE DISRUPTIVE TECHNOLOGIES INNOVATION FUND AS THEY LAUNCH PILLAR 1 OF FUTURE JOBS IRELAND

5th July, 2019

Pillar 1 of Future Jobs Ireland is about staying ahead of the game in an age of rapid technological change. The Disruptive Technologies Innovation......

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Address to American Chamber of Commerce Ireland’s Annual Independence Day Lunch

4th July, 2019

Ladies and gentlemen, It is a great pleasure to be here this afternoon to speak at the American Chamber’s annual Independence Day Lunch. These events......

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Opening statement to the Budget Oversight Committee on the Summer Economic Statement 2019

3rd July, 2019

CHECK AGAINST DELIVERY Introduction Chairman, Members, I welcome the opportunity to be here today to discuss the Summer Economic Statement (SES) published on 25th......

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Speech at the launch of the NTMA Annual Report 2018

1st July, 2019

Thank you, Martin, Conor and colleagues and good morning everyone. I am very pleased to be here today to help launch the NTMA’s Annual......

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