The week in business

A look behind the stories with Róisín Burke

7th May, 2017
The week in business
Richard Guiney (centre), chief executive of DublinTown

A row is brewing between DublinTown, a not-for-profit organisation charged with creating a welcoming and economically viable city environment, and the Restaurants Association of Ireland (RAI).

The RAI is mobilising its members to vote to abolish DublinTown next month, when more than 2,500 shop owners, traders, publicans, hoteliers and other businesses will exercise the right to decide on the matter.

Adrian Cummins of the RAI says that the majority of his members are opposed to coughing...

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