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Thursday 14 December 2017
 
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Two Santander branches are set to close in Belfast
 
Santander to close two Northern Ireland branches Santander is planning to close two branches in Northern Ireland.
 
 
 
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Cayan is expanding its workforce in Belfast   Payment company Cayan creating 170 jobs in Belfast office expansion By John Mulgrew A US tech firm is expanding its base in Belfast and creating 170 new jobs.
 
 
The Kingspan Stadium   Kingspan snaps up Dutch firm By John Mulligan Cavan-based insulation giant Kingspan has acquired a Dutch company that specialises in large-scale glazing and ventilation and fire safety systems.
 
 
RICS spokesman Samuel Dickey   Housing market has 'momentum' heading into 2018 By Staff Reporter Northern Ireland's housing market looks set to end this year on a high though lack of supply will continue to be a problem in 2018, it's been claimed today.
 
 
The Jurys Inn chain of hotels, which includes a venue in Belfast's Great Victoria Street, has been acquired for £800m following a successful bid by Swedish group Pandox   Swedish company buys Jurys Inn chain for £800m By Staff Reporters The Jurys Inn chain of hotels, which includes a venue in Belfast's Great Victoria Street, has been acquired for £800m following a successful bid by Swedish group Pandox.
 
 
 
 
 
Discussions: Alain Bellemare   Unions meet Bombardier chief over job loss worries By John Mulgrew Trade unions have met Bombardier's boss in Canada to raise concerns over the future of thousands of Northern Ireland jobs.
 
 
Sir Michael Arthur   Boeing case against Bombardier C Series 'spiteful', claims Paisley By John Mulgrew Boeing's challenge to rival company Bombardier over the sale of its part-Belfast made jets is "spiteful", a Westminster committee has heard.
 
 
The Gallaher’s factory closure contributed to the production sector’s fall, but the services sector, including water supply and estate agents, is thriving   Services sector output at its highest for 10 years: report By Margaret Canning Activity in Northern Ireland Ireland's services sector, covering everything from restaurants to estate agents, has reached its highest point in nearly 10 years, according to a report.
 
 
Speed: Nicky Morgan   Committee of MPs urge government to accept EU Brexit deal By Kalyeena Makrotff An influential committee of MPs has thrown its support behind a Brexit transition agreement that sees EU laws continue to reign supreme, stressing that it would be a "price worth paying" for stability after March 2019.
 
 
 
 
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