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Budget 2013 Overviews

06.12.2012

Please click on the links below to see the reports and highlights of Budget 2013

Crowe Horwath

Grant Thornton

IBEC

PwC

 

 

BUDGET REACTION FROM IRISH HOTELS FEDERATION

06.12.2012

Wednesday, 5th December 2012

 

BUDGET REACTION FROM IRISH HOTELS FEDERATION

 

  • Significant boost provided to date by the 9% tourism VAT rate
  • Greater certainty needed around retention of tourism VAT rate into 2014
  • Hoteliers welcome broad retention of current levels of tourism marketing funding

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME REPORT ON 9% VAT IMPACT

16.11.2012

 

Friday, 16th November 2012

 

HOTELIERS WELCOME REPORT ON 9% VAT IMPACT

  • 9% VAT rate has been a very positive influence on tourism in terms of job creation and retention
  • Call to retain 9% rate in 2014 which would provide greater medium term certainty on pricing of hospitality products.

 

Hoteliers Call for Measures to Restore Financial Stability and Improve Tourism Competitiveness

12.11.2012

 

 

BUDGET 2013 MUST ENSURE TOURISM ACHIEVES A SUSTAINED RECOVERY

Hoteliers Call for Measures to Restore Financial Stability and Improve Tourism Competitiveness

 

  • Measures needed to improve access to equity finance for hotels
  • 9% tourism VAT rate must be retained into 2014
  • Marketing funding for Fáilte Ireland and Tourism Ireland must be maintained

 

Hoteliers Express Concern at 2.9% drop in overseas visitors

26.10.2012

 

HOTELIERS EXPRESS CONCERN AT 2.9 PER CENT DROP IN OVERSEAS VISITORS
The Gathering 2013 Provides an Enormous Opportunity to Re-Energise Irish Tourism

Report Urges Decisive Action to Restore Financial Stability to Irish Hotel Sector

12.10.2012

 

Friday 12th October 2012

REPORT URGES DECISIVE ACTION TO RESTORE FINANCIAL STABILITY TO IRISH HOTEL SECTOR
Scarcity of New Equity Finance Represents a Market Failure, says economist Alan Ahearne

HOTELIERS CONCERNED AT FURTHER REDUCTION OF OVERSEAS VISITORS

28.09.2012

HOTELIERS CONCERNED AT FURTHER REDUCTION OF OVERSEAS VISITORS

The Irish Hotels Federation (IHF) today expressed its serious concern at the further 2% reduction in overseas visitor numbers coming to Ireland during the peak summer season. Furthermore, a six per cent annual reduction of British visitors has been reflected in disappointing occupancy levels in hotels and guesthouses outside Dublin in the last quarter.

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