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Will minimum unit pricing alcohol lead to cross-border shopping?

Government 'is planning to introduce minimum pricing on wine, beer and spiirts over the coming we...

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13.36 28 Apr 2021


Will minimum unit pricing alcohol lead to cross-border shopping?


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13.36 28 Apr 2021


Government 'is planning to introduce minimum pricing on wine, beer and spiirts over the coming weeks.

However retailers are concerned this will lead to cross border shopping, given the North will not have these measures.

Patricia Callan director of Drinks Ireland, Conor O’Neill runs Glyde Inn in Annagassan in Louth and CEO of the Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association Vincent Jennings spoke to Andrea.

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