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RBS seeks to boost capital of Irish unit

State-backed British lender Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is in talks with private equity firms over a plan for them to inject cash into its Irish arm, the Sunday Times reported, citing sources in London's City financial district.

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Ireland's Klondike plans Qatar cooling tech JV

Irish thermal management solutions provider Klondike Technologies said it has signed a MoU with Qatar-based Dyarco International Group as a precursor to establishing a joint venture in Qatar. The new company will manufacture its K

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Tourism Ireland launches Arabic Website

Tourism Ireland has launched a brand new Arabic website aimed at raising awareness of Ireland’s unique tourism offering and enticing more GCC residents to visit the island of Ireland in 2014. The new website Ireland.com/ar-a

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Etihad to fly twice daily to Dublin

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, will increase its Abu Dhabi - Dublin service from ten flights per week, to double daily from July 15. The frequency boost of 40 per cent will provide 8,988 seats ea

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Tourism Ireland to launch coastal touring route

The Wild Atlantic Way, the world’s longest defined coastal touring route, will be launched by Tourism Ireland in March 2014. Tourism Ireland has launched an exclusive competition for GCC travellers for a chance to win a trip

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Ireland ends bailout in key euro zone landmark

Three years after going cap in hand to international lenders to avert bankruptcy, Ireland has officially ended its bailout in a landmark for the euro zone's efforts to resolve its debt crisis. Ireland has cut spending and rais

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Ireland data firm launches UAE ops

Ireland-based Glenbeigh Records Management (GRM), a top records management company, has expanded operations to the UAE with an investment of Dh25 million ($6.8 million) in a 100,000 sq ft purpose-built facility in Dubai. Located i

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Ireland to exit EU bailout

Ireland said it would make a clean break from its EU/IMF bailout next month, forgoing a precautionary credit line that some of its European partners had wanted it to take. Prime Minister Enda Kenny said it was the right decision a

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Increase in Saudi students opting for Irish education

Education in Ireland, the organisation responsible for marketing the Irish higher education sector to international audiences, has reported an increase in the number of Saudi students opting for third level education in the country.

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Ireland eyes $13.2bn credit

Ireland will seek a 10 billion euro ($13.2 billion) precautionary credit line to insulate it against possible market shocks when its bailout expires at the end of this year, Finance Minister Michael Noonan said. For the first time

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