Market Talk with Ian Guider
We may have lost our bid for the Rugby World Cup but with Brexit, it’s all to play for
Many home truths were delivered to the promoters of Ireland’s bid to host the 2023 Rugby World Cup last week.
Ireland, the technical report for the organisers of the tournament found, had no experience in hosting major events. Infrastructure needed serious investment. Even the supply of hotel rooms might prove a problem. The Irish side’s bid showed plenty of vision, but so too did the rival bids from France and South Africa. The notion...
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