DUBLIN, March 5 (Reuters) - Allied Irish Banks' (AIB) return to profitability last year puts Irish taxpayers in a strong position to recoup the 21 billion euros ($23 billion) the government invested in the bank, finance minister Michael Noonan said on Thursday.
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DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland 's government expects International Consolidated Airlines Group (IAG) to make a further offer to convince it to sell its 25 percent stake in Aer Lingus , Deputy Prime Minister Joan Burton said on Thursday
March 5 (Reuters) - Allied Irish Banks (AIB) joined rival Bank of Ireland in returning to a profit for 2014 as it clawed back money put aside for bad loans after years spent racking up billions of euros in loss provisions.
DUBLIN, March 5 (Reuters) - Leading British fund manager Neil Woodford and the Irish state's new strategic investment fund are among the investors who have committed to purchasing shares in life sciences company Malin, the Irish firm said on Thursday.
DUBLIN, March 3 (Reuters) - Ireland on Tuesday became the second country in the world to pass legislation requiring cigarettes to be sold in plain packets, despite threats of legal action by tobacco companies opposed to the move.
DUBLIN, March 3 (Reuters) - Ireland 's parliament on Tuesday became the second in the world to pass legislation requiring cigarettes to be sold in plain packets, despite threats of legal action by tobacco companies opposed to the move.
DUBLIN, March 3 (Reuters) - Ireland 's tax take was 5.4 percent above target and a whopping 15.9 higher than a year ago at the end of February as government spending came in 2 percent lower than...
DUBLIN, March 3 (Reuters) - Irish aircraft lessor Avolon does not expect lower oil prices to have any impact on aircraft demand, its chief executive said on Tuesday, adding that most airlines were basing their long-term planning on $100 per barrel of oil.
Reuters) - Europe's tough treatment of Greece's new government has eased some immediate anti-austerity pressure in Ireland and Spain, but it may take a lot more than that to put Dublin and Madrid's ruling parties' re-election prospects back