Wednesday April 8, 2020

Airbnb warns against ‘overly heavy regulation’

In a letter to members of the housing committee, the US multinational warned that the economic impact of onerous regulation could be as much as €506 million per year

8th April, 2018

Airbnb has warned politicians against heavy regulation as Minister for Housing Eoghan Murphy prepares to publish a key report on short-term lettings.

In a letter to members of the housing committee, the US multinational warned that the economic impact of onerous regulation could be as much as €506 million per year.

“If overly heavy regulation is pursued . . . there will be a huge loss in terms of impact to the Irish economy (eg,...

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