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Dublin sees first footfall rise since 2006

Dublin City Centre has recorded its first increase in footfall since 2006 and occupancy rates are improving, according to a large group of businesses based there.

28th March, 2012
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Dublin City Centre has recorded its first increase in footfall since 2006 and occupancy rates are improving, according to a large group of businesses based there.

Footfall was up by 250,000 in the first quarter of 2012, the Dublin City Business Improvement District said today.

The group said Dublin was beginning to show early signs of a recovery in consumer confidence, despite the national trend of static retail sales, based on the figures released by the Central Statistics...

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