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Highest EU and UK tax burden on Ireland’s hospitality industry ‘unsustainable’ in post pandemic recovery 2560 1714 Support Your Local

Highest EU and UK tax burden on Ireland’s hospitality industry ‘unsustainable’ in post pandemic recovery

DIGI says Government must prioritise industries most impacted by pandemic with ‘actions’ and not ‘promises’ in Budget 2022 as high tax rates will delay recovery and cost jobs Group estimates that the drinks and hospitality industry is set to employ 140,000 people in 2022 – 40,000 fewer than in Q4 2019, the last pre-pandemic quarter…

New Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI) analysis warns of two-tier recovery in 2022, with hospitality facing major post-Covid challenges 1702 2560 Support Your Local

New Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI) analysis warns of two-tier recovery in 2022, with hospitality facing major post-Covid challenges

40,000 fewer jobs in drinks and hospitality industry in 2022 as impact of pandemic set to continue despite predicted economic recovery – new analysis New Drinks Industry Group of Ireland (DIGI) analysis warns of two-tier recovery in 2022, with hospitality facing major post-Covid challenges DIGI analysis of DCU economist report suggests weakened tourism demand will…

Concern for recovery of hospitality sector as new report shows Ireland has second highest excise rates in Europe 2560 1707 Support Your Local

Concern for recovery of hospitality sector as new report shows Ireland has second highest excise rates in Europe

Concern for recovery of hospitality sector as new report shows Ireland has second highest excise rates in Europe Industry warns high excise rates will impact on ability of sector to recover and attract tourists back to Ireland DCU economist report shows Ireland is an outlier in Europe with the second highest overall excise tax rate…

REPORT: Tax-on-Ireland’s-drinks-and-hospitality-sector 1200 628 Support Your Local

REPORT: Tax-on-Ireland’s-drinks-and-hospitality-sector

Tax on Ireland’s drinks and hospitality sector

INFOGRAPHIC: HOW IRELAND’S EXCISE TAX COMPARES WITH OTHER EU COUNTRIES AND THE UK 1618 875 Support Your Local

INFOGRAPHIC: HOW IRELAND’S EXCISE TAX COMPARES WITH OTHER EU COUNTRIES AND THE UK

REPORT SUMMARY EXCISE TAX IN IRELAND

TAX REPORT: HOW IRELAND COMPARES WITH OTHER EU COUNTRIES AND THE UK 1618 875 Support Your Local

TAX REPORT: HOW IRELAND COMPARES WITH OTHER EU COUNTRIES AND THE UK

TAX REPORT HOW IRELAND COMPARES WITH OTHER EU COUNTRIES AND THE UK

Local publican features in national ‘Support Your Local’ campaign to secure support for drinks industry 488 230 Support Your Local

Local publican features in national ‘Support Your Local’ campaign to secure support for drinks industry

PRESS RELEASE 05.10.2020 Local publican features in national ‘Support Your Local’ campaign to secure support for Cork’s drinks and hospitality industry  Cork native Margaret O’ Shea, owner of Butler’s Bar, Minane Bridge, features in the national Support Your Local campaign run by the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland which aims to secure support for Cork’s drinks industry and to protect jobs Mrs O’ Shea is the fifth-generation owner of Butler’s Bar in  Minane Bridge, Cork  30,100 people employed in the accommodation and food services (AFS) industry in the…

Up to 33,000 of Dublin’s drinks and hospitality jobs jeopardised 1200 628 Support Your Local

Up to 33,000 of Dublin’s drinks and hospitality jobs jeopardised

PRESS RESEASE 20.09.2020 As many as 33,000 of Dublin’s drinks and hospitality jobs jeopardised as city moved to level three lockdown while young people particularly at risk — new report 10,600 jobs could be lost among Dublin’s 15-24 age group, according to a new economic report by DCU Business School economist Anthony Foley As many…

EMPLOYMENT REPORT: THE THREAT OF COVID-19 TO JOBS 1200 628 Support Your Local

EMPLOYMENT REPORT: THE THREAT OF COVID-19 TO JOBS

Employment in the drinks and hospitality industry. The threat of covid-19 to jobs and how to minimise it

Further restrictions would have grave implications for the hospitality industry 1200 628 Support Your Local

Further restrictions would have grave implications for the hospitality industry

PRESS RELEASE 18.09.2020: Urging the government not to impose any further restrictions on restaurants and bars serving food, newly appointed Chair of the Drinks Industry Group of Ireland, Liam Reid said:   “We urge the government not to impose any further restrictions on restaurants and pubs serving food as these would have grave implications for…

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