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Finance Ministers set to agree decisions to strengthen Eurozone into the future - Donohoe

Minister Donohoe speaks about discussions to improve the Economic and Monetary Union which will shape the Eurozone in the years ahead.

 

Fiscal Monitor May 2019

The Fiscal Monitor covers the cash inflows and outflows of central government’s main treasury account, the Central Fund. This statement covers spending and income for May 2019.

 

Opening Statement by the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform Mr Paschal Donohoe TD to the Budgetary Oversight Committee

Opening Statement by the Minister for Finance and Public Expenditure and Reform Mr Paschal Donohoe TD to the Budgetary Oversight Committee

 

Government's Brexit readiness website

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


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