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ITIC seeks more tourism funds

The Irish Tourist Industry Confederation has called for an annual allocation of €164 million to Fáilte Ireland and Tourism Ireland in its pre-budget submission to the government. This represents a rise of €50 million from the €114 million allocated to the agencies in 2018. 
ITIC highlighted the fact that the agencies were allocated €153 million a decade ago and said that some of the extra money could be put towards establishing a Brexit “market diversification fund” for exposed tourism businesses.
ITIC estimates that a worst-case “no-deal” Brexit could cost the Irish tourism industry as much as €260 million in 2019.
 
 
 

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