Out of office: Your essential round-up of the latest business news
Tony Holohan, the state’s chief medical officer, reportedly said public health experts would have recommended the closure of indoor dining until beyond September without the implementation of vaccine certificates. He also told opposition leaders it should be possible to introduce a proof-of-vaccine system given that work was already well advanced on the EU Digital Covid Cert.
Taoiseach Micheál Martin said the government was seeking to protect people, not “divide society”, by...
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Out of office: Funding approved to build 2,477 new homes and IMF predicts 6% global growth
Here’s a round-up of the business news you might have missed
Interest in commercial property picks up but new lettings are still slow, Hibernia Reit says
An increase in investor and occupier interest in office space has ‘yet to be reflected in take-up figures’, according to property group
Greencore group revenue up 50% in Q3 as UK restrictions ease
Sandwich manufacturer says it is confident of delivering year-on-year profit despite supply chain and labour shortages in the UK