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University construction to yield economic benefits for NI?

In March 2013, the Ulster University announced that it would be relocating from Jordanstown to a bespoke £250 million campus in Belfast City Centre.  Construction work on the 75,000 square foot facility (making it the largest building project in Northern Ireland) commenced in 2014 and is expected to complete during 2018.

In the short-term, a construction project of this magnitude will provide a significant fillip to the NI economy...

What should we look for in Thursday’s MPC Announcements and Forecasts?

On Monday, Britain’s manufacturing PMI jumped to 55.5 for October, ahead of analysts’ expectations of 51.3, which is one of the largest rises since the survey began over 20 years...

From Beijing to Belfast- China’s economic impact in Northern Ireland

In the midst of recent media hysteria about a potential Greek exit from the EU, Scottish Independence and Stormont’s woes; the issue of China and its worrying slump could arguably...