Wexford hotelier critical of ‘crazy’ labour laws and taxation rates

Many more hotels and restaurants will go out of business unless the government introduces ‘‘clear, crisp initiatives’’ to stimulate the sector, hotelier Liam Griffin has warned.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
6th June, 2009

Many more hotels and restaurants will go out of business unless the government introduces ‘‘clear, crisp initiatives’’ to stimulate the sector, hotelier Liam Griffin has warned.

‘‘We need a clear strategy from government. Frankly, it cannot come quickly enough,” said Griffin, the former Wexford hurling manager who owns the Ferry carrig Hotel and Monart Spa in Co Wexford and the Hotel Kilkenny. ‘‘The hotel industry is on its knees worldwide, not...

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