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Irish arm of Airbnb made €80m in 2019

Details emerge due to change in Irish company law

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
24th November, 2019
Recently-filed accounts show the profitability of the company in Ireland

An Irish-registered unit of Airbnb made a profit of €80 million last year, the first time the financial arrangements of the accommodation bookings giant in Europe have been revealed.

The profit generated by Airbnb International Unlimited Company compared with a loss of nearly €72 million in the previous year.

The recently-filed accounts show for the first time the profitability of Airbnb in Ireland, and are a result of a change in Irish company law that...

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