AIB hit with a fine of € 83 million and a population of over 5.1 million

Growing economy

The Irish economy is expected to continue to grow in 2022, despite inflation expected. The average for 2022 is 7.1%According to a report from the Economic and Social Research Institute (ESRI).

The report states that Ireland’s gross domestic product (GDP) will grow 6.8% this year, primarily driven by a strong export sector.

ESRI also expects an unemployment rate of 4% in 2023.

Population data

The Republic of Ireland has a population of over 5 million for the first time since 1841.

The Latest census data According to the Central Statistics Office (CSO), the state’s population reached 5,123,536 on April 3, 2022.

This represents a 7.6% increase from the 2016 census, with population growth in all counties.

AIB fine

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The banking group apologized for the pain and financial loss suffered by the customer and described the issue as “a huge stain on the bank’s reputation.”

The Central Bank of Ireland announced Thursday morning that it had fined the AIB € 83.3 million. EBS, acquired by AIB in 2011, was fined € 13.4 million.

Leave the result of the certificate

The National Examination Board (SEC) has confirmed this year’s issuance Leave the result of the certificate Friday, September 2nd.

The exam will start on Wednesday, June 8th and will end next Tuesday (June 28th).

This year, the Minister of Education’s commitment that results will not be lower than last year, including additional seats for exams for bereaved families and students affected by illness, and a shortage of examiners, will be the final issue of the results. Was delayed.

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