Tourism body cautious despite strong start to year

Brexit fall-out could affect growth, says chief executive

28th June, 2016
Big jump in US visitors to Ireland Pic: RollingNews.ie

Tourism Ireland has welcomed figures released this morning which show strong growth in the number of people visiting Ireland in the three months from March to May. But the body has said the

fall-out from the Brexit referendum has the capacity to dampen growth.

The Central Statistics Office said there were just under 2.4 million trips to Ireland in the period, an increase of 10.3 per cent...

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