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Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte has said that it is “ridiculous” for board members of semi-state bodies to persist in implementing pay packages that “aren’t in the wildest dreams” of the average worker. Minister Rabbitte made the comments following the decision by … Continue reading
By: Bob_Chapman Economic recovery does not seem to be taking effect in spite of more massive expenditures by Congress and the Fed. The IMF says financial stability has improved, but then again their vision is almost always clouded. US tax revenues … Continue reading
Val sent this in to us. If a week is a long time in politics, the last few months have provided enough drama in economic and political life to last a lifetime – or maybe nine! Beginning with the arrival … Continue reading
So what are we going to do to keep the price of food in Ireland reasonable, and keep the rural economy alive? Believe it or not, the answer is probably more subsidies. The agriculture industry needs to be shaken up … Continue reading
David McWilliams has posted a new article, ‘ Real reform goes beyond politics’ Back in the early 1990s, I was working in the Central Bank when work was under way on framing much of the Irish position on the Maastricht … Continue reading
Tánaiste Mary Coughlan has insisted that the Government will not be walking away from the Croke Park deal There has been increasing speculation that the agreement on public sector pensions and reform could be under threat, given the deepening crisis in … Continue reading