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Video: Visitors from Britain unaffected by Brexit

Market will remain important to industry, say tourism bosses

21st July, 2016

Tourism Ireland has insisted it is "very much business as usual" post Brexit, with plans to continue its €4 million promotional campaign throughout 2016.

A Brexit briefing organised by the body heard there had been no major change in travel patterns from Britain - one of Ireland's top four markets for overseas tourism.

However, the briefing heard an analysis from Oxford Economics which said Brexit has resulted in a 1-point decline in the forecasted arrivals to...

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