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Year-End Review 2013 & Outlook 2014

ITIC
December 2013

Strong performance from major markets delivers 7 million visitors in 2013, with promise of more to come. Industry more bullish than at any time in last 5 years. British market grew for first time in 5 years.

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Submission to Tourism Policy Review

ITIC
November 2013

This submission by ITIC aims to influence the forumation of a national tourism policy which will provide the foundation for a new strategic plan to underpin investment and expansion of the tourism sector.

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Submission on Budget 2014

ITIC
July 2013

In 2011, the Irish tourism industry achieved a modest level of growth following three years of steep decline, and the improvement achieved in 2011 was consolidated in 2012, albeit with little further increase. More encouragingly, the figures for the first 5 months of 2013 show a gain of over 6% in visitor numbers over the same period in 2012.

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An Integrated Irish Aviation Policy

ITIC
July 2013

Ireland, as an island tourism destination is very heavily dependent on access by air. 88% of Ireland’s 6.5 million overseas visitors arrive here by air. The connectivity provided by aviation is the lifeblood of Irish tourism, with just over 2,100 flights per week on non-stop scheduled services connecting 208 city pairs.

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ITIC urges retention of lower VAT rate

ITIC
July 2013

The continuation of the lower VAT rate introduced in 2011 is critically important to allow the nascent recovery gain traction. On behalf of the tourism industry, ITIC makes the case that not only is this extension vitally important, it also makes sense.

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Getting Behind The Data – 2012

ITIC
May 2013

ITIC has looked behind the CSO data for tourism performance in 2012, and it tells us a lot more than what the headline numbers suggest.

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Costs of Doing Business in Ireland 2012

Forfás
April 2013

The Costs of Doing Business 2012 includes detailed cost profiles to assess the importance of various costs to 17 manufacturing and services sectors. It includes a wide range of benchmarks which measure Ireland’s cost performance vis-à-vis our key competitors for trade and investment.

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