Archive for : April, 2023

Minister Donohoe in Sweden for April Eurogroup

28th April, 2023

The Minister for Public Expenditure, NDP Delivery, and Reform and President of the Eurogroup, Paschal Donohoe, T.D., is in Stockholm today (Friday) to chair......

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Opening Statement to the Budgetary Oversight Committee

27th April, 2023

Chair and members of the Committee, I would like to thank you for the opportunity to meet with you today to discuss the draft 2023......

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Minister Donohoe welcomes Government agreement to major investment in Rosslare Port

25th April, 2023

Upgrade required to address Brexit Impact Permanent facilities needed to comply with EU Customs Code   The Minister for Public Expenditure, NDP Delivery and......

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Govt officially opens new wing at The Mater Hospital

20th April, 2023

Nine storey building was built in two years and will cater for an extra 5,000 patients annually including major trauma patients The Taoiseach Leo......

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Minister Donohoe delivers Keynote address at EU Funding Conference promoting involvement in EU INTERREG Programmes

19th April, 2023

The Minister for Public Expenditure, National Development Plan Delivery and Reform Paschal Donohoe TD delivered the keynote address at an EU Funding Conference: Connecting,......

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Ministers McGrath and Donohoe publish Stability Programme Update 2023

18th April, 2023

Emerging data suggest that the outlook for the global economy in 2023 may not be as pessimistic as at the time of the Department’s......

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Minister Donohoe to represent the Eurogroup at the Spring Meetings of the IMF and World Bank Group in Washington, DC

11th April, 2023

President of the Eurogroup and Minister for Public Expenditure, National Development Plan Delivery, and Reform, Paschal Donohoe, will travel today, 11 April, to Washington......

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Tax receipts remain robust in the first quarter – Donohoe & McGrath

4th April, 2023

Today’s Exchequer figures show that tax revenues in the first quarter amounted to €19.7 billion, almost 15 per cent higher than last year; Income......

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