Hotel chief calls for subsidies to be extended into next summer
Prem Group chief executive Jim Murphy says continuing the tourism sector wage subsidies through the 2021 holiday season would allow ‘most of the sector to survive’
Wage subsidies need to be extended beyond the end of next March for the tourism sector to prevent closures of hotels and cuts to services, one of the country’s biggest hospitality operators has warned.
In a submission to the Department of the Taoiseach which has been seen by the Business Post, Jim Murphy, chief executive of Prem Group, said the sector was also being pressed by tour operators to cut prices after the...
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