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Tourism is one of Ireland's vital industries. Up to 200,000 people work in the viagra prescriptions wider tourism and us pharmacy viagra hospitality industry. Over 6.5 million overseas visitors are attracted annually, contributing €4.3 billion to the generic cialis in india Irish economy. A further 7 million domestic trips generate €1.3 billion. When combined the how to get cialis in canada tourism industry generated €5.6 billion revenue in 2013. Of this amount, it is estimated that €1.4 billion directly benefits the canadian pharmacy discount code viagra Exchequer through taxation.

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ITIC is the buy viagra Irish Tourist Industry Confederation. The representative body of the generic viagra cheap Irish tourist industry, it works with Government Agencies, Tourist Boards, North and cialis from canada South, Tourism Ireland Limited, the EU, and other organisations whose activities impact on tourism.

In particular, the focus is on research, casemaking and purchase cialis online canada influencing policies, which shape the propecia free samples future of Ireland's Tourist Industry.

ITIC’s case-making is based on a strong research programme, details of which will be found in this website. Our membership consists of almost 30 representative organisations, covering all sectors of Irish tourism – i.e. accommodation, access transport, internal transport, visitor attractions, incoming tour operators, ports and viagra pfizer online airports.



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