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Irish SMEs pay more to borrow than big firms or European rivals Small and medium-sized businesses with loans of less than €250,000 are being hit with interest rates more than double those with debt of more than a €1m, new data shows.
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Lender Permanent TSB. Photo: Collins   Permanent TSB growth may defy the sceptics Gretchen Friemann Permanent TSB is expected to post further growth in its core mortgage and small business lending today as the State-backed bank regains market share even as its sizeable non-performing loan book continues to weigh on its share price.
World Trade Organisation tariffs could be imposed if the UK pulls out of the EU without a trade deal. Stock image   Firms warned to find out tariffs for worst-case Brexit Colm Kelpie Small and medium sized businesses trading cross-border are being encouraged to take up Government-backed support advising them on the level of tariffs that would apply to their products under a hard Brexit.

John Mulligan: BoI-backed City tower's €16m glass fall payout A SPECIAL-purpose investment vehicle backed by private clients of Bank of Ireland has secured a £14.7m (€16.4m) judgment in the UK against a unit of Australian group Lend Lease Construction over faulty glazing used in redevelopment work for a new landmark building that once housed the London Stock Exchange.
John Mulligan: Mobile sales surge boosts Domino's as more than half of customers order online Domino's Pizza has seen a surge in online ordering in Ireland, with 55pc of its sales here now made online, compared to 28pc last year.
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When Dublin is removed from the figures, the national average property price falls to €175,782. Photo: Reuters   House prices up €24,000 as figures show sharp drop in empty homes Charlie Weston The price of a house rose nationwide by almost €24,000 last year.
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RTÉ director general Dee Forbes will be asked to appear before TDs and senators to explain what RTÉ is doing to tackle concerns over gender pay inequality. Photo: David Conachy   RTÉ chief faces grilling by TDs on gender salary balance and finances Cormac McQuinn RTÉ director general Dee Forbes is to be grilled by an Oireachtas committee on gender pay balance and the broadcaster's finances when the Dáil reconvenes in the autumn.
Chairperson of the Oireachtas Communications Committee Hildegarde Naughton. Photo: Tom Burke   Broadcaster won case over word 'bonus' - but rejects use for own staff Newsdesk RTÉ described efforts to prevent its journalists and editors from using the term 'bonus' as an "unwarranted inhibition" on public interest journalism.
Niall O'Connor: Varadkar weighs into row over RTÉ pay Taoiseach Leo Varadkar has intervened in the RTÉ pay row, telling station bosses that he believes "strongly" in the principle of equal pay for equal work. SPORT  |  BUSINESS  |  STYLE  |  ENTERTAINMENT  |  LIFE
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