It’s time to tap into tourism’s potential

Tourism can’t be outsourced or off-shored, and it creates jobs all over Ireland. So why doesn’t the government invest more in it?

20th January, 2019

It is unusual for an industry that has just enjoyed a record year of value and volume to enter a new year with a degree of trepidation and wariness. However, Irish tourism and hospitality currently finds itself in just this position.

External factors such as Brexit have to be faced by tourism, along with all other sectors of the economy. But it is difficult to understand why the government has chosen this time to pull...

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