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Keith Boyle Nov 29
One of this years highlights. The amazing dinner back in may. #1050
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Restaurants Association of Ireland Nov 19
7 DAYS until the 1st Restaurant Marketer & Innovator Workshop in DUBLIN. LIMITED PLACES AVAILABLE. Book here now: or call 01 6779901 to book over the phone
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IrishRestaurantAward Nov 16
our 2019 sponsor of Best Cafe, have created a brilliant bundle which allows you make FOUR individual hampers. Priced at just 99 euro this really is the ideal Christmas present for Coffee lovers!
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Liam Edwards Oct 9
A black day for Irish restaurant industry Jobs will be lost, local suppliers will go out of business , When pascal did his economic report on our industry did they go to rural Ireland ? Is this getting Ireland brexit ready ? Disgraceful!
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KeepVat9 Oct 9
If Government ignores the pleas of the hospitality industry to in it will result in mass job loss accross the country, but particularly in vulnerable rural regions!
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KeepVat9 Oct 7
The 9% VAT rate has safeguarded businesses across Ireland in recent years! This must be maintained in @SimonHarrisTD@timmydooley
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KeepVat9 Oct 7
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KeepVat9 Oct 8
There can be no doubt that increasing the VAT rate to 13.5% in will result in businesses across Ireland closing their doors for good.
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KeepVat9 Oct 8
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KeepVat9 Oct 8
Just 1 more day until is announced. The 9% VAT rate is what is appropriate for the hospitality industry and MUST be retained!
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KeepVat9 Oct 8
The hospitality industry has created both direct and indirect employment since the introduction of the 9% VAT rate. These figures cannot be ignored in
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KeepVat9 Sep 26
We must show our support for the rural communities, SMEs and artisan producers relying on 9% VAT in 2019. This measure is still necessary for tourism to thrive!
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KeepVat9 Sep 25
Who will be affected by the increase in VAT? A multitude of areas within the hospitality and tourism sector, including the consumer!
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Mark McGowan Sep 25
🇱🇺 3% 🇭🇺 5% 🇧🇪 6% 🇩🇪 7%. 🇫🇷 10% 🇪🇸 10% 🇮🇪 Stay in line with the rest of Europe our wage cost is higher than all of the above.
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KeepVat9 Sep 24
Considering the significant challenges currently facing small businesses, we need to show Government how important the 9% VAT rate is.
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KeepVat9 Sep 23
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KeepVat9 Sep 20
Creating value-for money for the Irish consumer should be a top priority for Government! The 9% VAT rate achieves this.
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Adrian Cummins Sep 20
The campaign founded & driven by the Restaurants Assoc If your restaurant - gastro Pub - catering outlet - hotel restaurant - Coffee shop wants the Minister for Finance to for food in Join the campaign !! RT in support
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KeepVat9 Sep 18
Should the 9% VAT rate revert to 13.5%, many restaurateurs will be out of business and Ireland's food tourism product will be severely damaged.
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KeepVat9 Sep 19
The 9% VAT rate is an essential factor in sustaining many businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry.
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