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Jobs under threat as pub sales plummet

Irish people are spending far less of their money in their local pubs, according to new figures to be released this week by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland.

1st September, 2012

Irish people are spending far less of their money in their local pub, according to new figures to be released this week by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland.

The mid-year market figures show that the drinks trade is experiencing a continuing decline, suffering a 7.3 per cent sales drop in the first seven months of 2012.

"Overall alcohol consumption levels are falling, and are now about 20 per cent lower than they were a decade ago,"...

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