Dublin centre’s big fightback

Suburban shopping centres have put Dublin city centre shops under pressure in recent years, but now the city retailers are fighting back.

19th May, 2007

Suburban shopping centres have put Dublin city centre shops under pressure in recent years, but now the city retailers are fighting back.

Shoppers keen to spend their hard-earned euro may not be aware of it, but there has been a retail battle under way in recent years.

On one side are the established city centre retailers, who are facing a challenge from sparkling new state-of-the-art shopping centres. When the spotlight was put on Dublin city...

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