Several of Ireland's key sources of tax revenue were below target for July, the first full month after the British Brexit referendum.
Overall, the Exchequer recorded a surplus of €862 million in July, compared to a deficit of €648 million at the same time last year. That amounts to a €1.5 billion cumulative improvement from last year to this.
Moreover, most of the main sources of tax revenue produced greater returns for the state in...
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