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Minister Donohoe publishes the Stability Programme Update 2019

Employment to continue to grow, general government surplus recorded for first time since 2007 but growth rates revised downward as external risks remain

 

Minister Donohoe meets US Congressional delegation, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi

The Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform, Paschal Donohoe T.D., meets this afternoon with the Honourable Nancy Pelosi, Speaker of the US House of Representatives

 

Minister Donohoe publishes the Stability Programme Update 2019

Employment to continue to grow, general government surplus recorded for first time since 2007 but growth rates revised downward as external risks remain

 

Government's Brexit readiness website

Latest updates in relation to Brexit can be found on this dedicated website.


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