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Comment: Irish tourism has to face up to fresh challenges

As we face into the last week of what used to be called summer, as we see the end of the holiday season looming, let’s take a moment to reflect on one of our more successful national industries - tourism.

23rd August, 2008

As we face into the last week of what used to be called summer, as we see the end of the holiday season looming, let’s take a moment to reflect on one of our more successful national industries - tourism.

This is an industry that really got its act together in the early 1990s and, with the exception of the combined affects on international travel in 2001 of the terrorist attacks of September...

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