Comment - Ireland's tourist drought adds pressure to drinks sector

By Chris Mercer | 24 November 2010

A falling number of foreign visitors to Ireland poses an added risk to the country's embattled drinks sector, but exports could help to cushion the blow.

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A falling number of foreign visitors to Ireland poses an added risk to the country's embattled drinks sector, but exports could help to cushion the blow.

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