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The International Bank of Azerbaijan has offered creditors several options in its debt restructuring, including swapping into 12- or 15-year sovereign bonds, the former involving a write-down, Reuters
The EU has finalised its tough Brexit negotiating position, reiterating its hard line on the UK’s departure bill and refusing to discuss a future trading arrangement until there is agreement on
A third legal challenge over a decision extending planning permission for development of a new €320m runway at Dublin Airport has been fast-tracked by the Commercial Court.
Irish-founded computer games services firm Keywords Studios has extended its presence in Asia with the $6m (€5.3m) purchase of Shanghai-based company Strongbox.
The US Supreme Court tightened rules for where patent lawsuits can be filed in a decision that may make it harder for so-called patent “trolls” to launch sometimes dodgy patent cases in fr
Inflation targeting has become the favoured policy framework of virtually all the main central banks in the past couple of decades.
Allowing domination by Dublin Airport is not in the national interest, according to a business organisation in Limerick.
The Government faces a “substantial fiscal effort” and despite strong economic growth has little room to increase spending beyond what it has planned for the next few years, the European C
Accumulated profits at the bloodstock firm co-owned by former Kerry Group supremo Denis Brosnan last year climbed to €4.2m.
University of Limerick (UL) needs to improve its world ranking if it the region is to realise its potential economically, its incoming president has said.
The Romanian Senate has adopted with amendments the draft law on the salaries of public sector workers. Next, the law will be debated in the Chamber of Deputies. The project was initiated by Social De
Aviva, Barclays and Atos are publishing data about the age of their workforce to boost over-50s employment.
Romania might miss the budget deficit target of 3 percent due to the strong economic growth in the first quarter of the year that is not reflected in the budget revenues, said on Monday the president
Groupama Asigurari will compensate for the damage caused by the weight of the snow layer, based on the late spring frost policy, although it is not one of the insured risks. Groupama Asigurari, a lead
The way we work is changing. Here's a breakdown of how people in the UK are employed.
Romania has 1.19 million entities, out of which 809,000 (68 percent) are commercial entities and 383,000 (32 percent) are authorized sole proprietorships, said Nikitas Konstantellos, CEO of ICAP Group
Both the number of transactions in the UK and the number of mortgages being taken out fell in April.
Without going to the bank and anywhere where a mobile network is available, at any time and in just a few seconds you can get the information you need.
Nokia and Apple have settled their numerous legal disputes after signing an agreement to work together.
Noble Energy said on Tuesday it was not connected to the Noble Group, which is currently said to be serious financial difficulties. “Local media groups are reporting on possible financial problems No
Croatia Airlines enters the Romanian market with three weekly flights (Bucharest-Zagreb), from May until the middle of October, on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, with starting prices from EUR 179, said
Azerbaijan is keen to host another grand event -- World Expo 2025, the world's largest meeting place, bringing together countries, the private sector, the civil society and the general public.
The Office for National Statistics says the government borrowed £10.4bn last month.
Netflix launched on Tuesday a Romanian language interface, one year and a half after the service entered the local market. Netflix says the Romanian public will use subtitles and voice overs for thous
According to the latest data provided by the Romanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MAE), there are no Romanians among the victims of the Manchester bomb attack, which killed 22 on Monday evening. The
Assets of Romanian banks amounted to RON 393.7 billion in March, recording a 6.3 percent spike in the first quarter of this year, due to the reduction of non-performative loans and the maintenance of
The premium development in Romania of Vienna Insurance Group went down by 7.5 percent in the first quarter of the year, a negative impact brought by the regulatory cap the government placed on motor t

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