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Dublin Chamber has expressed concern at reports Dublin City Council is planning a 1.5% increase in commercial rates in the city.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the findings of a new OECD report, launched today, which calls for a range of supports for Irish SMEs. The Chamber is
Dublin Chamber has called for the acceptance of credit and debit card payments to become mandatory in taxis in Ireland.
Dublin Chamber has welcomed the publication of the revised redesign of Dublin’s bus network.
Dublin Chamber has launched a new report which details how the international community views Dublin.
Dublin Chamber has issued a call for a Directly Elected Mayor for Dublin in a bid to tackle the region’s biggest issues, including housing and
Dublin Chamber President Niall Gibbons provided a keynote speech at the Dublin Chamber Annual Dinner on the 10th of October 2019.
Dublin Chamber has described Budget 2020 as a modest step in the right direction, but warned that more robust action will be needed to prepare Irish
The upcoming Budget is the opportunity for the Irish government to show that it is serious about competing with the UK’s attractive tax regime
Dublin Chamber has expressed disappointment at the decision by Dublin City’s elected Councillors to once again reduce Local Property Tax by 15%.
A copy of the speech delivered by DUP Leader Arlene Foster to an audience of 80 business leaders at our invite-only Dinner in Camera event, sponsored
Dublin Chamber has expressed frustration at the slow rollout of the hugely successful DublinBikes scheme.
Electric scooters have the potential to significantly improve how people can move around Dublin, according to Dublin Chamber.
Dublin Chamber has expressed disappointment at the news Norwegian Air is to pull its transatlantic routes between Ireland and North America.
Dublin Chamber is calling for councillors in Dublin City to reconsider the downward variation of 15% on the Local Property Tax (LPT) in order to
Addressing Ireland’s long-term housing needs, the challenges of full employment and ‘the green wave’ will all be up for discussion