Ireland wants to work harder on its multinational corporate base for continued economic growth

As temperatures drop, inflation continues to rise and respiratory illnesses rise, there are still a few comforting things about living in Ireland this winter, and many of them are financial.

There is the 600 euros electricity credit that will continue to flow until the warm days of March, there is double child benefit payment for stressed parents, there is the abolition of all inpatient hospital fees for access to the health service and until the end of 2023 there will be a 20 percent discount on all train and bus rides.

https://www.independent.ie/business/irish/ireland-aims-to-work-its-multinational-corporate-base-harder-for-continued-economic-growth-42220165.html Ireland wants to work harder on its multinational corporate base for continued economic growth

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