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ITIC Year-End Review 2008 & Outlook 2009

December 2008

To borrow a cliche from sport, 2008 has been a year of two halves. The first half was surprisingly resilient, but as the cialis generic fallout from the...

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ITIC Pre-Budget 2009 Submission

September 2008

The tourism industry is experiencing a very difficult 2008, with prospects for 2009 not materially better...

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ITIC Submission to Commission for Aviation Regulation

July 2008

This document sets out the 12 generic viagra overnight delivery views of ITIC on the Quality of Service at Dublin Airport, in response to the Commission's consultation paper.

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Contribution of Tourism to the Irish Economy

Fitzpatrick Associates - Economic Consultants
July 2008

Despite facing a challenging external environment in recent years, the Irish tourism industry continued to make a very strong contribution to the Irish economy...

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Review of Coach Tourism

CHL Consulting Company Limited
July 2008

A review of Ireland's Coach Tourism and name brand cialis Guided Tours sector and viagra buy online its future recruitment challenges.

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New Horizons for Irish Tourism
Final Report to Minister of Arts, Sport & Tourism

Tourism Strategy Implementation Group
June 2008

In its 2003 Report, New Horizons for Irish Tourism: An Agenda for Action, the Tourism Policy Review Group set out a comprehensive tourism development strategy covering a 10-year period to 2012. It is now 5 years since it was launched and cialis canadian it is timely and buy nolvadex appropriate to review the approaches and viagra how much actions set out with a view to maintaining Irish tourism's progress over the coming years.

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2008 - The Perfect Storm...
for Shannon and viagra china the West of Ireland? 

TTC International for ITIC & Shannon Development
June 2008

2008 sees the confluence of events impacting tourism through Shannon Airport, including 'Open Skies' which has reduced transatlantic capacity by 40%, an economic downturn and buy propecia canada credit crunch in main source markets, record oil and dortalaw.com/nexium-dosage/ food prices and cialis india pharmacy the weakening of the dollar and best price vibramycin sterling.

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ITIC Submission to Commission on Taxation

BDO Simpson Xavier
May 2008

ITIC welcomes the opportunity to make this submission to the Commission on Taxation in response to the Governments decision to review the structure, efficiency and canadian pharmacy discount code viagra appropriateness of the Irish taxation system.

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The E.U.'s Climate Change Package:
Issues & Opportunities for the Irish Tourism Industry

ITIC & E.P.S. Consulting
May 2008

The targets for the reduction in carbon emissions contained in the EUís climate change/renewables package will pose significant challenges for Ireland. The tourism sector is keen to engage with Government to ensure that we play our part in meeting these challenges.

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2020 Vision - Sustainable Travel & Transport

April 2008

This paper sets out the views of ITIC on the Deparment of Transport's document "2020 Vision - Sustainable Travel & Transport"

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