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Falling alcohol sales threaten more pub jobs

Alcohol consumption in Ireland fell by 0.5 per cent in 2012 and is now nearly a fifth lower than it was in 2001, according to the latest annual market report from the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland.

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Alcohol consumption in Ireland fell by 0.5 per cent in 2012 and is now nearly a fifth lower than it was in 2001, according to the latest annual market report from the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland.

Pub sales of alcohol fell by six per cent in 2012, the report showed; almost 60 per cent of alcohol consumed in Ireland last year was sold in off-licences. The total decline in the volume of bar sales of alcohol over...

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